*NEW* Webinar for Clinicians, Healthcare Design Teams & Architects
The patient experience is a notable measurement of healthcare performance and as a patient, it is reassuring to know that the facility providing medical care is highly rated regarding patient satisfaction. Are you aware that hospitals across the U.S. have been cited by The Joint Commission in recent years due the temperature fluctuations of their bedside refrigerators?
Join us for a complimentary, CE-Accredited, 30-minute webinar as we discuss the standards on the Acoustical Environment for Neonates and Pediatrics, how temperature-proficiency can be accomplished to eliminate alarms, (which are seen by Joint Commission during their site visit), get an inside look at the standards hospitals now follow when renovating, building a new hospital, or even just purchasing new equipment. Learn how the sound of equipment affects your patients. Learn how efficient, convenient, and cost-effective dynamics must be included as forethoughts to provide top-notch, quality care to all patients. The class is geared towards hospital leadership personnel, clinicians, design teams and architectural firms.
Class Registration Link: Outlining Considerations for Patient Room Refrigeration in NICU, PICU and Children's Hospitals
More Moms for Babies Webinar Series
Whether you are a new or veteran Mother Baby or Labor & Delivery Director, Nurse Manager, or unit leader, finding time to keep up with the latest research and statistics on Postpartum Hemorrhage often takes a back seat due to all your daily demands. Join us for our three webinar classes: Real and Present Danger - Why EBL Misses the Mark and QBL Saves Lives and "Improving the Quality and Standard of Care when Responding to Postpartum Hemorrhage Cases” and "Developing and Executing an Obstetrical Focused In-Situ Simulation Program in Your Hospital."
Class 1 Registration Link: Improving the Quality and Standard of Care when Responding to Postpartum Hemorrhage Cases
Class 2 Registration Link: Real & Present Danger - Why EBL Misses the Mark and QBL Saves Lives
Class 3 Registration Link: Developing and Executing an Obstetrical Focused In-Situ Simulation Program in Your Hospital This program has been approved by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN), for 1.00 CERPs, Synergy CERP Category A, File Number 23082. Approval refers to recognition of continuing education only and does not imply AACN approval or endorsement of the content of this educational activity, or the products mentioned.
About Creche Innovations
Creche Innovations has been providing innovative solutions to the medical community for over a decade. Our products are designed using best practices and principles from evidence-based research and clinical practice. Product development is scientifically inspired, production is quality driven and our customer service is best in class.
We are currently serving over 1,000 hospitals worldwide and products are made in the USA