Alarm fatigue continues to be a challenge. Caregivers face a rapidly increasing number of alarm-based devices, more connected patients, and lack of standardization. Non-actionable alarms can contribute to alarm fatigue, strain hospital resources, and may adversely impact patient and staff satisfaction and patient care.
Learn strategies to address your alarm management goals while meeting the Joint Commission’s National Patient Safety Goal. Hear about best practices related to comprehensive assessments that leverage alarm data to develop and implement a strategy for your institution.
At the completion of this webinar, the participant will be able to:
- Discuss how to capture, analyze, and utilize data to identify performance improvement opportunities related to non-actionable alarms
- Differentiate actionable versus non-actionable alarm signals as part of an evidence-based approach to tackle alarm fatigue
- Describe the components of a successful alarm management strategy and how they interact to address clinical care and operational effectiveness
Lisa Pahl, RN, BSN, MSN
Sr. Consulting Manager, Practice Lead Alarm Management
Ruth Wilson, RN, MHS
Nurse Manager, Neonatal Intensive Care
Children’s Hospital of Georgia
Georgia Regents Medical Center
This webinar has been approved by HIMSS for up to 1 contact hour of continuing education credit toward renewal of the CPHIMS credential.