The Summer 2017 update from the provincial Emergency Department Waits and Patient Flow Initiative is now available. Inside this edition of the newsletter, you'll find articles about:
- The new Connected Care approach to delivering better, more coordinated care in hospital and the community, and improved transitions between the two care settings;
- Saskatoon's Patient First Management System;
- Collecting data on the needs of Alternate Level of Care patients; and,
- Videos showcasing use of interdisciplinary bedside rounding on Pasqua Hospital's Unit 4A (Accountable Care Unit), and the Surgery Unit at Moose Jaw's FH Wigmore Hospital.
Download the Summer 2017 newsletter here.
Categories: Emergency Department Waits and Patient Flow, Connected Care, Alternate Level of Care, Care coordination, Health system modelling
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