STANLEY Healthcare Customer Conference to Feature Innovations in Patient Experience, Patient Safety/Security and Operational Efficiency

  • Presentations to document measurable results improving safety, security and efficiency
  • Four separate tracks feature mix of customer case studies, workshops and peer forums
  • Keynote to be delivered by Mary Tallouzi, Wounded Warrior Project

WALTHAM, Mass., October 6, 2016 —STANLEY Healthcare, a market leading provider of visibility and analytics solutions for the healthcare industry, today announced the speaker line up for the STANLEY Healthcare Customer Conference 2016 (#SHCC16), being held November 8-11, 2016, in Las Vegas, NV. The conference will feature numerous presentations from healthcare providers on real-world solutions to some of the most pressing issues in healthcare today: improving patient experience, addressing key patient safety goals, and extracting more value from healthcare investments.

The conference is offered free of charge to STANLEY Healthcare customers as part of the company’s By Your Side™ lifetime customer care commitment. In addition to learning and networking with peers, customers will have the opportunity to provide direct feedback on their experiences with STANLEY Healthcare’s solutions to senior leadership and product development professionals.

STANLEY Healthcare is the acknowledged leader in multiple applications requiring real-time information on the location and status of patients, providers and equipment. The company’s solutions are trusted by over 5,000 hospitals globally for Patient Flow, Staff Workflow, Asset Management, Environmental Monitoring, Hand Hygiene Compliance Monitoring, Infant and Patient Protection and Staff Protection.

A number of the presentations at SHCC16 will detail specific results realized through the application of STANLEY Healthcare’s solutions, including:

  • Patient Flow in the OR setting: 10-24 minute reduction in the total time in recovery for OR patients (Florida Hospital Celebration Health);
  • Enterprise Infant Protection: Standardized technology and procedures across 11 hospitals for uniform standard of care for all infants in both newborn and pediatric settings (Advocate Health Care);
  • Improved patient throughput in simulated mass casualty event: Real-time locating of assets, staff and patients resulting in ability to treat 17% more patients (242 vs. 284) in a mass casualty simulation (Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital);
  • Par level Asset Management of IV pumps: Re-designed IV pump management process delivering annual ROI of $104,000 in cost avoidance and labor savings on a pilot unit; projected at $2.5 million for the entire hospital (Florida Hospital Orlando).

These and other presentations are part of four separate tracks covering Clinical Operations and Process Improvement; Security, Safety and Efficiency; Infant Protection; and Technical topics. The agenda will be rounded out with presentations from solutions and clinical experts from STANLEY Healthcare.

The keynote speech for the conference will be delivered by Mary Tallouzi, National Spokesperson for the Wounded Warrior Project. Mary will be sharing the story of her son, U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Daniel Tallouzi, who suffered a major brain injury in Iraq in September 2006, and the care he received prior to his passing in February 2009.

“Healthcare providers are adapting to a new landscape that puts a premium on accountability, outcomes and value,” said Marty Guay, President of STANLEY Healthcare. “The STANLEY Healthcare Customer Conference will highlight innovations that are enabling providers to thrive in this changed environment. Through greater visibility to complex processes involving the movement of patients, staff and equipment, hospitals are uncovering new insights that allow them to operate more efficiently and improve patient safety and experience.”

Full Customer Session List

  • Improving Patient Flow in a Multispecialty Provider-Based Outpatient Clinic
    Tiffany Auvil, LPN
    Lead Point of Care Testing Coordinator
    Davis Medical Center
  • Lean Six Sigma Approach to Reducing Patient Security Alarm Rates
    David Sweet
    Senior Manager, Security
    NYU Langone Medical Center
  • Better Pump Management Using Real-Time Par Analytics
    David Yi
    Assistant Director of Quality
    Florida Hospital Orlando
  • Clinical Management of Infant Security System Alarms
    Joy Pavsic, MSN, RN, IBCLC
    Assistant Nurse Manager, Mother-Baby Unit
    NYU Langone Medical Center
  • Standardizing Infant Security Procedures and Reports Across Multiple Campuses
    Patricia Hensley, RN
    Administrative Nurse Manager, Maternal Infant Unit and Newborn Nursery
    Florida Hospital Orlando
  • Building and Managing a Large RTLS Team and Very Large RTLS Infrastructure
    Carlos Quintero, MBA
    Manager, AeroScout-RTLS
    Adventist Health System
  • Enterprise Infant Protection: A Clinical Perspective
    Andrea Miller, RN
    Director of Women and Infant's Services
    Advocate Christ Medical Center
  • Creating a Staff-Driven Safety Culture at a Community Hospital: All Hands on Deck!
    Stacy McNall, MSN, RN, CLC
    Director Family Birth Center/Professional Development
    St. Mary's Janesville Hospital
  • Using the AeroScout Patient Flow Solution in the Operating Room
    Charles Morris, MBB LSS
    Senior Innovation and Performance Improvement Specialist and Lean Six Sigma Instructor
    Florida Hospital Orlando
  • How RTLS Improves Patient Care in Emergency Situations
    Edgar Newell
    Director Clinical Engineering
    Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital

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