How Does Honeywell AccuNurse Work?
1When residents are admitted, a Honeywell AccuNurse Activities of Daily Living (ADL) care plan is built using an on-line form.
2Meetings between shifts are minimized, as incoming CNAs listen to their residents’ end-of-shift reports while they are walking toward their first assignment.
3Caregivers document ADLs in seconds by responding to easy-to-follow cues through their headsets.
4AccuNurse immediately converts caregivers’ responses into a variety of reports so staff can get individualized care status on demand.
5Caregivers say ‘care plan’ and get instant access to resident-specific care needs like assistance for transfers.
6Care plan changes are communicated the next time a caregiver requests a care plan.
7CNAs can rapidly get assistance from others without leaving a resident with Silent Paging™. Voice cues help nurses document incidents like falls.
8AccuNurse makes it easy for caregivers to document when things are still fresh in their minds. With both hands free, they can document while multi-tasking.
9Each shift, you can create a welcome message your staff hears when they login.
10Using AccuNurse’s real-time flow sheets and CNA progress reports, assessment coordinators can easily manage the flow of MDS data and
export it to other clinical programs.
11AccuNurse puts a wide variety of reports at your fingertips, giving other disciplines like dieticians and physical therapists access to information when they need it.
12 AccuNurse helps reduce training time. New caregivers are guided step by step through each ADL, and Silent Paging puts help just a few words away.
Honeywell AccuNurse Features
Clinician In the Ear
Clinicians ask for information and hear a response in real-time to their request.
Collaboration between workgroups and individual through silent paging.
Point-of-Care Data Capture
Document and chart hands-free at the point of care using structured voice commands.
Proactive Data Push
Delivery of priority updates, reminders and tasks to the right clinician at the right time.