Jibestream Company Culture [JibeTalks]

by Jibestream on 11/18/15 1:47 PM

 

How do diverse individuals shape company culture? On this edition of #JibeTalks: Company Culture Part 1, we get to know Bill, Rhiannon and Frank and see how as individuals with unique opinions and habits all have similar views on what company culture means to them. 

Creating an environment that encourages its employees to embrace and share their own opinions can foster opportunities for creative problem solving, learning and a strong sense of community.

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Location-Aware Technologies Enhance Patient Care

by Jibestream on 11/11/15 7:43 AM

As hospitals strive to improve patient care, healthcare provider IT and clinical leadership are looking toward location-aware technologies to help deliver a Real-Time Healthcare System (RTHS) and improve efficiency across the continuum of care.

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What is Map Digitization? [JibeTalks]

by Jibestream on 11/4/15 11:55 AM

On this #JibeTalks, our Map Design Lead – Dana M. shares her thoughts on what Map Digitization is and some of the key steps in the process, which involves taking architectural drawings and preparing them for use on our wayfinding software platform. Through care and attention to the end user, Dana and the team map out some of the largest and most complex shopping malls, hospitals, and corporate campuses on the planet.

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Bluetooth Beacons Provide New Value Inside the Hospital

by Jibestream on 11/3/15 4:18 PM

Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) beacons, although a relatively new technology, hold the potential for hospitals to revolutionize both the visitor and patient experience, as well as improve hospital operations and patient care. Along with wayfinding kiosks, mobile devices, and digital maps, BLE beacons can enable hospitals to improve location and proximity awareness, creating a more familiar and efficient environment for patients and visitors.

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Hospital Asset Management and Location-Aware Technologies

by Jibestream on 10/28/15 12:01 PM

Hospital asset management is one of the biggest challenges for facilities managers, clinical engineers, nurses, distribution and transport services. Although hundreds of hours are spent making inventories and actively trying to locate equipment, asset management processes in a hospital are too often highly inefficient and lead to lower care quality. In fact, it is estimated that more than one third of nurses spend at least 1 hour per shift searching for equipment, time that could be better spent focusing on the patient’s needs.

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