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Customize Your WALLAroo
Build Your Own
WALLAroo® wall-mounted cabinets and workstations from Carstens make it easy to store medications, supplies, electronics, valuables, and more at the point-of-care in a variety of healthcare settings. WALLAroo® cabinets are available in multiple sizes, colors, and lock options. They can be fully customized to meet the needs and aesthetics of any facility. Explore the possibilities and build your own WALLAroo® today.
Secure Your WALLAroo®
Choose Your Lock
Select a lock that matches the needs of your clients. We offer traditional options like key locks along with keypads that automatically lock the cabinet and keypads that lock the cabinet with a turn of a nob. Our locks option include:
- Key Lock
- Keypad Auto Lock
- Keypad Manual Lock
Customize the Colors
Design Your WALLAroo®
The WALLAroo® can be configured with an array of fashionable colors, finishes and selections to create the ideal ROO FOR YOU. Select a side panel color and door color to fit the needs of your client.
CUSTOMIZE THE COLORS
A MODULAR STORAGE SOLUTION
New from Carstens, the WALLAroo FIT™ recessed storage system is designed to maximize employee efficiency and also save floor space for optimally designed healthcare architecture. Available in three depths and a variety of configurations, the WALLAroo FIT™ can completely transform any healthcare facility.
How Carstens Decenteralized Medical Distrubtion Systems Saves Lives, Money & Time for Healthcare Architecure
Some stats to consider:
- Medication errors cause at least one death every day. (FDA)
- It is estimated that 7,000 people die each year from medication.
- In medium and large facilities, and to an extent in small facilities, having a single centralized distribution station can cause over 50% of a clinician’s time to spent away from the patient, negatively impacting the patient’s experience.
The Carsten’s White Paper examines how the role of decentralized medication distribution impacts nurses’ time at the bedside and medication errors.
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.
The transition to paperless documents and recordkeeping continues in every market segment as the world becomes increasingly digitized. Electronic archives offer the advantages of dramatically improved efficiency and operational cost savings compared to handwritten or printed documents. It’s only natural that many industries are adopting them. Perhaps no sector better capitalizes on the benefits of digitization than the healthcare field.
Hospitals and healthcare facilities are under pressure to continue to reduce costs and enhance efficiency without sacrificing the quality of care. Indeed, facilities must also improve the quality of care while reducing costs. These pressures continually challenge hospital and healthcare administrators to find creative ways to meet these goals. A decentralized medication distribution model can help facilities fulfill these needs.
Implementing an EHR solution requires forethought and proper prior planning. As they become more ubiquitous in healthcare facilities around the country, many supportive products are being created and sold to ease the transition and improve workflow.
It is a scary fact… medication errors are an all too common problem in the healthcare industry today. Consider that clinicians have access to more than 10,000 prescription medications, and more than 80% of American adults take at least one medication regularly. This increases the chances of an error occurring in administration, dosage or mixing of harmful drugs that can cause serious side effects. Nearly HALF of adverse drug events (ADEs) today are preventable—especially with the right technology and protocol advancements.