Showing posts with label Computers. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Computers. Show all posts

Tab Organization

As someone who values efficiency and productivity, I've learned that one key to success is having all the necessary tools at your fingertips. That means having all the tabs open on my computer, which is what I need to do my job effectively. Whether it's accessing the company's intranet to stay up-to-date on the latest information, using a system to view patient orders, or monitoring patient movements within the hospital, having quick and easy access to these tools is essential.

It's all about being prepared and having the resources you need at your disposal, and having multiple tabs open is just one way to stay ahead of the game.


Hospital Hackers and the Unit Secretary

One of the things that I constantly stress is knowing how to continue the workflow when the computers go down.

Universal Health Services was recently attacked with malware, affecting its 250 facilities. 

Employees described a chaotic scene as this attack delayed patient care. Doctors reverted back to handwritten orders. Lab results crept along, and the wait time in the Emergency Room was long. 

You do not want this to be you. It's time to be prepared. 


What Do You Do When The Computers Go Down (Video)

Do you know what to do when the computers go down at the hospital?  Do you know where the downtime lab forms are? How do you order dinner for the patients? Do you have enough face sheets or patient labels?

These are all things that you will need to know.