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More and more healthcare facilities around the country are transitioning to electronic medical record systems. While these systems certainly offer some advantages over traditional patient charting solutions, they leave hospitals and other facilities susceptible to system failures caused by cyberattacks.
You can probably guess the top two causes of death in the United States –heart disease and cancer. But do you know what ranks as number three? It’s not car collisions, nor is it diabetes. The shocking answer: medical errors.
According to a 2013 article in the Journal of Patient Safety, researchers estimate that over 400,000 preventable deaths occur each year as a result of medical errors.
Space management is a difficult undertaking for many hospitals, outpatient clinics, dialysis centers, long-term care facilities, and other healthcare facilities. Space comes at a premium in many of them. Carstens hopes to help solve this problem with the launch of our two newest products, the Mini WALLAdesk™ and the WALLAdesk Charge™. They join the Original WALLAdesk® as part of the Carstens family of wall-mounted folding work surfaces. All three units are wall-mounted desks that take up absolutely zero floor space. How can the WALLAdesk family of products benefit your healthcare facility?
Chicago, IL- Carstens, Inc. has announced the release of two new wall-mounted folding desks to their WALLAdesk® product line: the Mini WALLAdesk™ and the WALLAdesk Charge™. WALLAdesk units from Carstens can be used in many different environments as a laptop or tablet work surface, a space-saving side table, or a platform to prepare medications and take notes. All three versions of the WALLAdesk are so space efficient they can be mounted anywhere a work surface is needed, from patient rooms, corridors, laboratories, dialysis clinics to exam rooms and more.
Secure storage is an absolute necessity in all hospitals. While some facilities still store medications and supplies in a centralized location, like a pharmacy or nursing station, more and more hospitals are storing these things closer to the point-of-care of even in actual patient rooms. Lock boxes, secured using either a keyed or keypad lock, are a convenient solution for hospitals to store medications, supplies, valuables, and much more.
Carstens, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of their new line of MEDIroo™ Lock Boxes. These lock boxes are designed to secure medications, supplies and other treatment necessities at the point-of-care. They also aide decentralization distribution efforts, helping clinicians be more efficient.
ILLINOIS, Chicago- Carstens Inc. is pleased to announce Mike Cook’s promotion to Vice President of Strategic Accounts. In his new role, Mike will develop and manage relationships with Carstens’ strategic accounts including Group Purchasing Organizations (GPO) and national customers.
Carstens, Inc. Announces New Contract with Vizient, Inc. for Charting Systems and Electronic Health Record Support Products
Carstens, Inc., an industry leader in health care support products, is proud to announce a new supplier agreement with Vizient, Inc., the nation’s largest member-driven health care performance improvement company. The three-year supplier agreement, effective August 1, 2017, includes Carstens’ full line of charting systems and electronic health record support products.
When it comes to improving the patient experience, it should come as no surprise that one of the most impactful areas to focus on is nurses. Improving their work environment and job satisfaction is key. Many nurses are already seeking employment in careers that are less stressful and demanding, and their workload is only going to increase as demand for those trained in the profession continues to rise.
You can probably guess the top two causes of death in the United States – heart disease and cancer. But do you know what ranks as number three? It’s not car collisions, nor is it diabetes. The shocking answer: medical errors.
According to a 2013 article in the Journal of Patient Safety, researchers estimate that over 400,000 preventable deaths occur each year as a result of medical errors. Not only are these mistakes tragic, they’re also expensive. A 2008 study pegs their annual cost at an astounding $19.5 billion.