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A Story About how a Hospital Command Center Impacts the Patient Journey
During an office visit, Mr. Smith has a neurological episode. 911 is dispatched and he is transported to the nearest hospital.
Emergency medicine and neurology teams are alerted so they can assess him upon arrival. He is immediately transferred from the ED to an available bed in the NeuroICU that was pre-assigned when the health system command center learned of his symptoms.
After two days in the NeuroICU, Mr. Smith met all the stroke care milestones and was transferred to an available bed in the neurology unit.
Smith’s expected length of stay was eight days. Because his patient ID bracelet was equipped with Real Time Location System (RTLS) capabilities, each step of his care was tracked and time-stamped.