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Emergency Dept and Medical Imaging Discrepancy Results Reporting – Integrated Primordial Application
The Humber River Regional Hospital (HRRH) has implemented a Primordial Emergency Department/Medical Imaging Discrepancy Results Reporting application, giving Emergency Room physicians the opportunity to review the accuracy of their first impressions.. The novel...Read More
At Humber River Regional Hospital, the tracking of patients at risk for falls begins in the Emergency Department. Tracking starts at triage and continues through the inpatient processes upon admission to a unit. Each Monday, we follow up with patients who were deemed...Read More
The Bariatric Program’s referral and intake process elicits engagement from clients and their referring physician from their first point of contact with the bariatric surgical program. The process provides both parties with clear, concise, and timely...Read More
Steamplicity is an innovative restaurant-style menu system for patient food service. Steamplicity meals are new to the Canadian food service industry. The system and technology is exclusive to Compass Group and the Humber River Regional Hospital is one of the only...Read More
Hospitals receive alerts and recalls on a regular basis. Paper alerts are usually copied to all departments and not infrequently get lost in the volume of paper on managers’ desks. This electronic notification system was developed to control and track alerts and...Read More
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