As nurses, we understand your passion for caring for patients at the bedside, as well as the exhaustion that can accompany you each day.
We developed our most recent webinar with you, the nurses in mind, and each use case focuses not only on time savings, but overall nursing burnout reduction. One of the key take-aways is that there is an easy, secure and convenient way to communicate with your healthcare team.
Some scenarios we covered:
With over 60% of clinical communication initiated by nurses, we know you are the great communicator. You have a need to connect with clinical and non-clinical team members every day in various situations, and the estimated minutes saved by utilizing TigerText can truly amount to hours during each shift for you and your colleagues.
Whether you’re already a user or new to TigerText, check out our webinar recording to see how you can utilize TigerText to improve clinical workflow, reduce nursing burnout, and save hours in your day.
Lastly, thank you to all of our attendees who joined us for this webinar- we truly appreciate your participation in the polls and the Q&A, and we hope you found this webinar informative and useful.
If you have any further follow up questions or interest in future webinars, please reach out to our Director of Marketing, David Means.
|Joanna Edge, RN, BSN|
Joanna comes to TigerText directly from SigmaCare, where she provided EHR consultancy to Long Term Care customers. Prior to SigmaCare, Joanna practiced in the acute care environment for 7+ years, and then she led a nurse staffing business, where she spent 10+ years working to place the most qualified nurses in hospitals and other care settings nationwide. Joanna knows first-hand how technology can positively affect patient care and outcomes, which is what she is most passionate about!
|Karen Kennedy, RN, BS, MBA|
Karen is a champion of TigerText and an expert with clinical informatics- she serves as a trusted advisor to potential and current clients in their use of the TigerText healthcare workflow solution. Karen’s previous role was with Scripps Health and started her career as a staff nurse at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, NJ in the pediatric medical surgical and intensive care units. Throughout her career she worked in several healthcare arenas and gained expertise in case management, quality, home care, hospice, and education. Positions include: Regional Clinical Informaticist, Senior Director of Education & Compliance, Corporate Regional Compliance Specialist, and Continuous Quality Improvement Manager (CQIM). Karen’s informatics background includes project manager during implementation & conversions of EHRs to include: Epic, Cerner, McKesson, Meditech and HMS. Karen completed her undergraduate work at University of Medicine & Dentistry (UMDNJ), and her MBA at the University of Phoenix.
Percentage based on Webinar Survey Results