[wtr-time] Emergency departments are infamous for long wait times. These 3 strategies can decrease ED wait times and increase patient experience.
[wtr-time] The emergency department (ED) in a small hospital can have difficulty with staffing. Getting the right people at all times impacts patient volume.
[wtr-time] In the emergency department (ED), outsourcing is a proven strategy for increasing revenue while keeping overhead costs low.
[wtr-time] Telemedicine refers to the practice of treating patients over technology. In rural EDs, telehealth can improve coordination of care.
[wtr-time] Quality of care is crucial for maximizing reimbursement. Healthcare is an ever-changing industry, and better ED training is critical.
[wtr-time] Advanced practice providers (APPs) perform many of the same tasks as physicians, covering crucial gaps in the emergency department (ED).
[wtr-time] In the emergency room, some patients leave without being seen (LWBS) or against medical advice (AMA). Better patient experience can reduce walkouts.
[wtr-time] Wait times in the emergency department directly impact walkout rates and patient experience scores. Decrease wait times and improve patient satisfaction.
[wtr-time] Medical technology goes far beyond medical equipment. Today, providers can interact with patients via online apps and millennials are leading the charge.
[wtr-time] A good emergency department (ED) is a critical part of a hospital’s success. Having the right emergency department management in place is key to serving patients efficiently and effectively.