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Using Mobile Apps to Engage Patients

Using Mobile Apps to Engage Patients

Using Mobile Apps to Engage Patients Telehealth and mobile applications (apps) are changing the way that healthcare is delivered. A recent Pew Research study[1] found that about 77% of Americans own a smartphone. It is estimated that smartphone users spend Learn more
Multnomah County Health Department uses TriageLogic® to Streamline Patient Calls and Save Unnecessary ER visits

Multnomah County Health Department uses TriageLogic® to Streamline Patient Calls and Save Unnecessary ER visits

Multnomah County Health Department uses TriageLogic® to Streamline Patient Calls and Save Unnecessary ER visits   Jacksonville, FL. (February 7, 2017) – TriageLogic® announces the implementation of myTriageChecklist® for Multnomah County Health Department. Multnomah County Health Department was searching for Learn more
Learning Center Case Study Lesson 3 : Triage an Adult with Acute Pain and Providing Empathy Over the Phone

Learning Center Case Study Lesson 3 : Triage an Adult with Acute Pain and Providing Empathy Over the Phone

Course 3 – Lesson 3 Case Study : Triage an Adult with Acute Pain and Providing Empathy Over the Phone   The next nurse triage case study is available in TriageLogic’s Learning Center. Throughout Course 3, you will be applying Learn more
TriageLogic® Announces Continuwell ®– An Innovative Nurse-First Model  to Improve Telehealth.

TriageLogic® Announces Continuwell ®– An Innovative Nurse-First Model to Improve Telehealth.

Jacksonville, FL – TriageLogic Management and Consulting, LLC, announces the launch of Continuwell, a new telehealth product for businesses and organizations to decrease employee health care expense and reduce employee sick days. This innovative service is designed to complement and Learn more
TriageLogic Case Study : Breath-Holding Spells

TriageLogic Case Study : Breath-Holding Spells

TriageLogic Case Study : Breath-Holding Spells     A TriageLogic nurse recently answered a call from a very anxious mother of a 2-year-old. This mother told the nurse she was in a department store, getting ready to have family pictures done Learn more
TriageLogic Tips to Keep You Active and Healthy This Winter

TriageLogic Tips to Keep You Active and Healthy This Winter

TriageLogic Tips to Keep You Active and Healthy This Winter   We here at TriageLogic know that it can be hard to get motivated to exercise during the winter months. The weather and lack of sunlight keep many of us Learn more
Holiday Tips to Keep Patients Healthy

Holiday Tips to Keep Patients Healthy

Holiday Tips to Keep Patients Healthy   The holidays are a wonderful time of family get-togethers and office parties. However, they can also be very stressful, particularly for patients that are on diets or have cardiac or diabetic complications. This Learn more
The Importance of the Influenza Vaccine for Seniors

The Importance of the Influenza Vaccine for Seniors

  TriageLogic nurses are getting calls every day with patients who have flu-like symptoms. For young healthy patients, a diagnosis of influenza might mean a week of fever, coughing, body aches and resting on the couch, but for those 65 Learn more
What a Triage Nurse Can Do To Handle Abusive Callers

What a Triage Nurse Can Do To Handle Abusive Callers

What a Triage Nurse Can Do To Handle Abusive Callers   Every nurse has had that one patient that did everything they could to be as difficult as possible. When a patient calls a triage nurse line, it is usually Learn more
Top 5 Reasons INFANTS are Sent to the Emergency Room by a Triage Nurse

Top 5 Reasons INFANTS are Sent to the Emergency Room by a Triage Nurse

Top 5 Reasons INFANTS are Sent to the Emergency Room by a Triage Nurse Tips for pediatric offices to give to parents.   Research shows that about 1 in 10 caregivers who call a nurse triage line on behalf of Learn more
Medication Tips for New Mothers while Breastfeeding

Medication Tips for New Mothers while Breastfeeding

Nurses Toolbox : Medication Tips for New Mothers while Breastfeeding   By Chelsea DiLallo     Once a baby arrives, a new mother will have an interminable amount of questions for your office. A common question your practice will receive Learn more
How Triage Nurses Can Help Patients Through Foodborne Illness

How Triage Nurses Can Help Patients Through Foodborne Illness

Current Health News : How Triage Nurses Can Help Patients Through Foodborne Illness   Every few months there is an alert about a foodborne illness from a restaurant or grocery store in the news. According to the CDC, 1 in Learn more
Outcomes When Infants Are Triaged by a Nurse Line

Outcomes When Infants Are Triaged by a Nurse Line

Outcomes When Infants Are Triaged by a Nurse Line One in 10 parents who call a nurse triage line on behalf of their infants is told to go to the ER.   By : Charu G. Raheja, PhD   Pediatricians Learn more
How Triage Nurses can Help Patients Prepare for School Time

How Triage Nurses can Help Patients Prepare for School Time

How Triage Nurses can Help Patients Prepare for School Time And additional advice for parents   A new school year means a new batch of germs. Parents often struggle with when to keep their child home and when it is Learn more
How Doctors’ Offices and Trained Triage Nurses Can Provide Zika Advice for Patients

How Doctors’ Offices and Trained Triage Nurses Can Provide Zika Advice for Patients

How Doctors’ Offices and Trained Triage Nurses Can Provide Zika Advice for Patients   Since the Zika Virus outbreak in South America last summer and the recent mosquito-borne cases in Florida, many patients will be concerned how they will be Learn more