Allina Health Chooses PatientTrak for Emergency Dept Tracking

Allina Health has expanded its use of PatientTrak to include the Peter J. King Emergency Care Center at United Hospital.

From heart attacks to tornado victims, patients who come to the Emergency Department at United Hospital can be assured they will receive safe, high-quality care day and night.

Board-certified emergency physicians provide emergency care 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Emergency medical services at the new Peter J. King Emergency Care Center include:

27 private examination rooms, designed to prevent cross-infection and cross              contamination
Six secure, separate psychiatric rooms for improved patient satisfaction
12 observation rooms
A large ambulance bay that can hold more than six ambulances
A decontamination area for instances of biologic, chemical or radiation exposure
In-department computed tomography (CT) device for faster imaging and diagnoses
Private patient care and family areas

PatientTrak is used by the staff to visualize patient flow and track patient progress.

Resource By : https://www.patienttrak.net/allina-health-chooses-patienttrak-for-emergency-dept-tracking

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Founded in 2006, PatientTrak is the leading provider of visibility solutions that drive patient satisfaction. PatientTrak’s cloud-based visibility solutions including Visit Flow, Online Reputation and Patient Engagement are used by healthcare organizations to reduce wait times, build their brand, and improve patient satisfaction.
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