By the NHS.
HCAs, CSWs, Nurses, Ward Managers, Outreach Responders, Speciality Leads, CPD Trainers, Heads of Patient Safety, Directors of Nursing, the Royal College of Nursing and the Royal College of Physicians have contributed to open-eObs.
For the NHS.
open-eObs is a digital tool to support the detection and response to clinical deterioration of patients created by NHS Health and Care Professionals and software developers working together to enhance patient safety and improve patient outcomes.
How could open-eObs
help you ....
At the bedside?
Open-eObs aids front-line users to freely organise their workload within the boundaries of the trust policy with clear time and risk indicators. Observations will automatically generate tasks based on hospital policy and are immediately assessable throughout the hospital.
To manage wards?
Open-eOobs makes it easy to ensure every patient on your ward has at least one designated nurse and HCA. Avoid over stretching staff with real-time visual feedback of changes to the patient risk profile on your ward.
Open-eObs makes it easy to access patient observation charts during handover. Simply select a ward and click through all the patient charts to review your patients. You'll have access to up to date observations wherever you are.
Open-eObs provides senior management with a holistic view of the organisation: current ward risk levels, staffing breakdowns and bed occupancy and capacity. Real-time staffing levels and patient risk states enable the optimal and dynamic allocation of staff.