Press   |   October 30, 2019   |   Marcia Murphy
Daily Nurse

Advanced ICU Care Nursing Executive Joins Daily Nurse for Q&A

Marcia Murphy, VP of Clinical Operations and Nursing, Addresses Advancements in Remote Telemetry Monitoring Services with Daily Nurse

In a one-on-one with Daily Nurse, Advanced ICU Care’s VP of Clinical Operations and Nursing Marcia Murphy highlights how modern healthcare organizations are increasingly turning to remote telemetry monitoring (RTM) services. In the Q&A “Remote Telemetry Monitoring: Supporting Clinical Care and Clinical Leaders with A Simplified Operating Model,” Murphy details how hospitals utilizing RTM still benefit from 24/7 continuous cardiac monitoring by certified technicians and how RTM can decrease the burden on internal resources while streamlining and enhancing care delivery.

“Rather than working to sustain a fully staffed and well-managed telemetry program, a partnered solution allows hospital leadership to focus on clinical improvements and allows nurses to attend to patient care rather than the constant monitoring alerts. Further, working with a telemetry partner enables an on-demand monitoring resource supply that flexes based on a hospital’s census and patient risk profile,” said Murphy. In the article, she expands on how this approach can assure that cardiac care is not constrained by staffing unavailability and that costly overstaffing and operational inefficiencies don’t arise based on overestimated patient census expectations.

To read the Q&A in full, please click here.

To learn more about Advanced ICU Care’s remote telemetry monitoring service offering that delivers  enhanced clinical benefits as well as the elimination of the bulk of related administrative costs and headaches, please visit our website: https://advancedicucare.com

 

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