Nurse Call Systems: A Vehicle for Working Smarter, Not Harder, to Improve Care

Nurse Call SystemsFor well over a decade, a call for sweeping change in the delivery and quality of health care has been underway. Nurses, the largest profession in healthcare, are in a unique position to guide this shift in a patient-centered direction. However, in an ever-changing environment where nurses are pressed for time, how do nurses identify effective practices that enhance the work environment while keeping the focus on relationship-centered care?

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Brandi Crow, BSN, RN
Brandi Crow, BSN, RN, Clinical Analyst — Ms. Crow has over 15 years in an acute-care hospital setting with a clinical background in critical care with a primary focus on cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery. Prior coming to MD Buyline, Ms. Crow worked as the associate chief nursing officer at Texas Health Presbyterian and clinical director of inpatient cardiology at Trinity Mother Frances Hospital. She graduated from Texas Woman’s University with a Bachelor of Science in nursing in 2001. She is currently pursuing a Master of Science in nursing, nursing administration at the University of Texas at Arlington.