Clinical Mobility Procedures Ensure Patient Safety
Patient safety is our top priority. When this generation faced our first global pandemic, Clinical Mobility adapted our procedures to ensure work can continue without jeopardizing the health of already vulnerable people.
Patient and Clinician Safety Measures
- All Clinical Mobility on-site staff must complete a background check and be trained to work in medical facilities.
- Clinical Mobility field staff work in patient rooms only with authorization and must be accompanied by a clinician escort.
- All work is scheduled for non-peak hours in critical care sections.
- Clinical Mobility requires our entire team to participate in continuing education on evidence-based technology and healthcare safety requirements.
- We adhere to state and hospital COVID-19 requirements and our engineers will provide proof of a negative test result within 72 hours of entering a healthcare delivery organization.
- Our team is briefed on each organization’s safety precautions before entering.
Technical and Financial Safety Measures
- Equipment manufacturers’ best practices may conflict with the requirements of critical and/or legacy devices. We collaborate with your IT and Health Technology Management (HTM) teams to resolve those conflicts and ensure that all critical devices are optimized.
- Device vendors have an infinitely variable baseline to develop and test their devices, but those tests are not always aligned with the business requirements of your organization. Clinical Mobility Labs offers device testing to healthcare delivery organizations that do not have in-house testing facilities. Clinical Mobility can minimize or eliminate testing in your production facilities by leveraging our lab capabilities.