No matter if it is about the accurate use of medical devices or if it is about a standardized execution of a medical-nursing action – your team will always be up to date.
“Everyone is up to date” Business memos reaching every team member
MANAGING PRAC-TICAL KNOWLEDGE
Connecting and releasing the actual version of your standards, checklists and instructions of your team
PREPARE AND RETALIATE
“Learning on demand” – Access to practical knowledge of your team – anytime, anywhere
SHARE PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE
Add lessons learned, best practices and FAQs to provided practical knowledge
SUBSCRIBE FOR MEDICAL DEVICES
Practical knowledge about medical devices directly from the medical device advisor or manufacturer
MONITOR TRAINING REQUIREMENTS
Every team member can determine in a smart way the necessary training he needs
Confirming instructions in the electronic “devices and instruction passport”
RECORD TEAM MEETINGS
Use the article function to create longer scripts and publish them within your team
A short overview
The new way of handover/takeover booklets. You send memos to your team and every team member gets it personalized. No more lost information. Reach everyone. Read confirmations make sure that really everyone has been informed.
Create practical knowledge components like standards, quick manuals or checklists and provide them for release. Every team member can do that. Team leaders can then release these knowledge components und publish them within the team. Every published version gets saved for traceability reasons.
The official manuals are too long? You need a crisp quick manual which is meaningful and easy to read? Welcome to “instructions”! Create step-by-step manuals which are easy to understand, of course multimedia by using photos, scripts and videos. Because the most effective way of knowledge management will always be “watch and imitate”!
Position of surgical instruments, checklists for crash carts or for the storage of medical supplies. No matter what, you can visualize and recall any form of system or system-components. Again multimedia supported by photos, scripts and videos. Tally your list an know what you`ve already done.
You know that for sure! You want to prepare yourself for using a medical device or for using it properly and simply don`t know where it is stored at the moment. Taking the manual or asking the question “Where do we have the…” would be the next logical step. But the manual isn`t available where you are at the moment or you don`t have someone to ask right beside you – but now you`ve got medworker! ;-)
Minutes of your team meeting or other longer scripts. Such documents are needed now and then in healthcare teams. That`s why you can create articles in medworker. Use the functions you are used to in common text processing programs.
New team members, trainees, a new standard? Does everyone one what they are doing? Are they all trained? They are with medworker. You can declare any kind of knowledge object as liable for training, you can define trainings packages and trainings content as well as confirm these trainings. “The intelligent instruction passport” shows you immediately which trainings you still have to complete und which team members aren`t fully trained yet.
MEDICAL DEVICE PASSPORT
And again a new medical device for which training is obligatory. Is everyone trained yet? Who is missing? Where is my medical device passport? It`s in medworker and it`s intelligent there! Same as with the instruction passport you can declare every medical device as liable for training, you can define trainings packages and content as well as confirm a briefing. Also by the medical device advisor.
The “App Store” or “Google Play” for medical devices. Subscribe for those medical devices in the “Medworker Space”, which you are using in your team. Reduce complexity by doing so. With the subscription, you and your team stay up to date. You receive guidelines, manuals, checklists, articles and documents directly from your medical device advisor or the manufacturer.
Any team member is able to create practical knowledge components like standards, quick manuals or checklists and send them out for release. Team leaders can then release these components or publish them with the team. Every published version gets saved for traceability reasons.