Tag: SIBR

Standardization: The Familiar Power of Routine

Every day most of us carry a fear like this through the hospital. Whether we know it or not, most of us deal with it the same way: we standardize. The way we take a history. The way we examine patients. Even how we think about our patients and write our notes.

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ACU care model is a disruptive innovation & radical transformation of care delivery

Moving toward fully integrated, patient-centered care on inpatient hospital units requires radically transforming current unit and hospital structures and processes. One promising new care model, the Accountable Care Unit (ACU), offers alternative structures and processes. One process, Structured Interdisciplinary Bedside Rounds (SIBR) puts patients at the center of care, bringing the interprofessional care team to patients’ bedsides every day.

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Post-Acute Care Program

1Unit PAC helps post-acute care facilities to implement PAC ACUs and PAC SIBR rounds to improve clinical & cost outcomes, and patient care & teamwork

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Nursing on an ACU

1Unit’s Canadian work has been very rewarding. In this post, we hear about a patient experience & some staff thoughts and comments about nursing on an ACU

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