Patient safety is one of the biggest challenges in ensuring quality of care. Early Warning Scoring (EWS) can play a vital role in enhancing this. By spotting early, subtle signs of deterioration you can potentially improve patient safety and avoid transfer or ICU readmission.



Research shows electronic solutions can improve the implementation of patient safety guidelines, providing valuable clinical decision-making support through fast, accurate detection of changing patient conditions. Automated EWS further leverages these benefits.

To continue and learn more on the General Ward – and how Early Warning Scoring can help you identify patients at risk, register for the email series. The study on EWS and the video will provide some initial insights.

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We would like to share our insights on EWS with you, through a white paper and four brief emails.




The study “Well-implemented EWS can help RRTs in improving outcomes” reviews the evidence for Early Warning Scores and improving Rapid Response Team performance, and investigates the practical implications of implementation and determinants of success.



After registering, you will receive the white paper and additional information on EWS. Topics covered include the role of cultural change in enhancing patient safety, early warning signs of physiological decline, workflow enhancement, integrating EWS with Electronic Medical Records and working with different parameters and warning thresholds.



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Up to 17% of patients in the medical surgical areas of the hospital experience an unexpected complication – but which ones? 1 Now you can spot subtle signs of patient deterioration sooner.



1 Bellomo R, Goldsmith D, Russell S, Uchino S. Postoperative serious adverse events in a teaching hospital: a prospective study. Med J Aust. 2002: 176:216-218

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