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Real Time Education to Support the Frontline

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Presentation by Carole Klove, RN, JD, Chief Nursing Officer, given at UCSF Covid-19 event in April. Walks through the Elemeno Health product in detail. Provides insights on the gap the solution solves. No IT deployment needed. Can get the solution up and running in a day. Solves challenges in providing care teams with quick access to ever changing protocols and content in a consistent way.

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Real Time Education to Support the Frontline

  1. 1. Real-Time Education Tools to Support the Frontline Carole A. Klove, RN, JD Chief Nursing Officer Elemeno Health
  2. 2. The Frontline Burden
  3. 3. Why the Need for Real-Time Tools to Support the Frontline “Troops” • COVID-19 is changing care standards daily • PPE Supplies, Testing availability and surgical priorities fluctuate • Ventilator capability and alternatives flex • Staff are being floated to serve the hospitals greatest need • Cross-training is required to support the frontline teams (MD, RN, PT, EVS) • Information shared is not digestible and coming in all different directions • Communication is not centralized • CDC and Local guidance is being rapidly updated • Frontline teams need one source of truth “It’s impossible to remember every procedure or protocol” - ICU Nurse
  4. 4. COVID-19 Highlights A Learning Gap • Traditional Analog Modalities (Policies in Binders, SharePoint sites, Classroom training, email blasts) are not working • Staff are overwhelmed, unprepared and stressed • Teams cannot separate the signal from noise • Staff are already working overtime and cannot attend one more PPE class
  5. 5. Our World and Workflow – Continuously Pivoting • Inpatient: • Creation of algorithms for surgical need – emergent, urgent, elective • Surgeons pivoting also to be intensivists to support clinical needs • Workflows changing – caring for a surgical patient with COVID • Just-in-time learning for all to adapt and pivot to changing standards and patient needs • Outpatient: • Screening of ambulatory patients for COVID • New Workflows require real-time training for for staff • Learning to use Telemedicine when possible • Educating and supporting staff, patients and family
  6. 6. COVID-19 Spotlighted the Need for Disruption and Innovation Tools • Digital Tools Elevate Teams and Support Changing Needs by Improving Communication and Training • Implement quickly and can be updated in real-time to create one source of truth • Deliver the right information to the right person at the right time specific to keep patients safe and staff secure • Allow staff to share feedback which drives engagement • Leverage and share practice • No PHI which allows for deployment in less than 1 day without IT support required.
  7. 7. Better Training. Better Communication. Better Outcomes. Point of Care Training: • Quickly onboard and cross- train staff. • Workforce agile and ready to adapt to the surge. • Patients safer - Staff protected. Sharing Practices: • Fosters Community and reduces training curve • Democratize practices across healthcare • Improve patient outcomes Enhance Team Communication: • Improved with a simple updatable authoritative source. • Accessible on-demand 24/7 • Staff informed as practices change and feel confident and secure reducing unnecessary stress.
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