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140 – Cognitive overload on the front line of healthcare; Dr Rhonda Collins, Vocera

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140 – Cognitive overload on the front line of healthcare; Dr Rhonda Collins, Vocera

In this fireside chat with Dr Rhonda Collins, we cover how healthcare leaders can help make it easier for frontline healthcare workers to do their jobs more efficiently and effectively. …
May 19, 2021

140 – Cognitive overload on the front line of healthcare; Dr Rhonda Collins, Vocera

In this fireside chat with Dr Rhonda Collins, we cover how healthcare leaders can help make it easier for frontline healthcare workers to do their jobs more efficiently and effectively. 

We talk about creating a working environment that focuses on care team safety and well-being and enables staff to function in a more present and focused way so they can provide safe, quality care to their patients.

Dr Rhonda Collins is the Chief Nursing Officer at Vocera, where she works closely with nurses, physicians, IT professionals and other hospital leaders around the world to improve the lives of patients, families and care teams by simplifying workflows and improving clinical communication.

Check out the episode and full show notes here.

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