Improvement In Rehabilitation Outcome Measures

Nursing care and other allied health professionals, have the ability to access the correct information at the touch of a button.

Staff can easily refresh their knowledge and perform rehabilitation procedures, reducing the potential risk to the patient or themselves. This can avoid delays in the person’s rehabilitation process that are often caused when a member of staff with the specialist knowledge is not available; this could be in the evening, weekends and even holiday periods.

Allied health professionals can explore the possible alternative methods of rehabilitation.

An improvement in rehabilitation outcome measures is commonly known factor to influence a reduction in, in-patient bed days, health outcomes and therefore make substantial savings.

*The clear advantage, to potentially continue with patient rehabilitation when the physiotherapist or other specialist staff are not available.

(*subject to the individual organisations' policies)