Training to become a nurse can be challenging. If you’ve got a friend or family in nursing school, chances are you’ve heard stories about the long study hours, chains of clinical shifts, and stringent tests they have to go through. Now, you’re probably want to be in that profession and wondering if you can survive
PCCS Line Nursing adopt multiple nursing best practices to help improve patient care and healthcare service in provision. The facility adopt various nursing practices for facility healthcare excellence. Nurses with Bachelor’s Degrees in Nursing implement their evidence-based knowledge gained through education and best practices of healthcare provisions. Education focused on evidence-based research findings integrates science,
With proper care and maintenance, nurses help patients get optimal needs as they arise. Patients get discharged with a PICC line fixed in place. Upon PICC insertion, discharge is expedited through nearby infusion centers and home care. Case management helps with discharge through nearby centers of infusion or home care upon identification. Early patient discharge
A patient satisfaction survey by Press Ganey Associates identifies that consistently one of the top ten complaints today relates to the venipuncture skills of clinicians. As is often the case, patients are labeled, and as if to warn clinicians call themselves, “a hard stick”. Patients and clinicians alike realize multiple sticks are painful, cause bruising,
By healthcare personnel taking a proactive approach in identifying patients early in the admission process, having PICC lines placed promptly provides many benefits for numerous entities. Benefits include, but are not limited to the following: decreased length of stay, operational costs, pain and discomfort while increasing patient satisfaction, profits, utilization of staff time, and response
PCCS Line Nursing is a healthcare facility with trained and experienced VAM nurses. The VAM nurses have the expertise required to insert PICCs, including their care and maintenance needs. Traditionally, community-based hospitals trained nurses in PICC lines insertion and how to maintain their daily roles and tasks as medical professionals. The nurses were further trained
Vascular Access Management is fully dedicated to providing highly skilled clinicians whose sole responsibility is the expert insertion and maintenance of vascular access devices, resulting in high proficiency and accuracy, thereby maximizing treatment benefits and increasing patient satisfaction as well as reducing length of hospitalizations, operations costs and complication risks.