Hospital patients rely on their care team members to ensure they recover as soon as possible. One variable that can positively impact a patient’s hospital journey to discharge is the inclusion of decisive or purposeful rounding in their care plan. To be purposeful, this management practice must involve more than just walking the halls. It requires a proactive, nurse-driven, methodical, evidence-based intervention to help predict and address patient requirements.
Purposeful rounding is an essential approach for nursing managers and administrators to produce greater engagement by the care teams, resulting in a decline in stress and burnout. And it has proven to have a positive impact on patient safety, patient satisfaction, employee morale and engagement.
Read more about how purposeful rounding can bring measurable, meaningful results, and new technology healthcare organizations can employ to enhance their rounding strategy.