“Another neat aspect of the ACU”

Hearing from frontline care staff can bring to attention elements of daily difficulties and struggles that are often overlooked.

In this short video Alana, a physiotherapist, and Nicole, a social worker, discuss how Accountable Care Units (ACUs) and Structured Interdisciplinary Bedside Rounds (SIBR) can prevent the need to have to fight as many fires every shift. They describe how the care structures and processes help the care team predict what outcomes the patients may have if actions aren’t taken.

Location: Saskatchewan, Canada

ACU Started: 2014

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