TheatreCaps for Harvard Medical School
We were absolutely thrilled to receive a large order of 350 caps for the anaesthetic department at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Centre - a world-class teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School.
Beth Israel also gave us some brilliant advice on how to improve our group ordering system through the use of SmartSheets. Perfect for orders of this magnitude it makes the ordering system as efficient as possible for everyone involved.
We are always on the look out for ways to improve our products and service to our customers - if you have any suggestions please do get in touch with me - Mary - at firstname.lastname@example.org
Why names on caps?
“70% of adverse events in healthcare are related to communication errors.”
“Humans only recall 30% of names after a first introduction, then we readily forget them.”
“Communication failures occur in 30% of operating theatre exchanges, a third of which lead to inefficiency, increased tension and risk adverse events.”
“Knowing and recognising team members by name has been quantitatively and qualitatively associated with increased trust, work engagement and clinical improvement.”
“95% of patients think name and role theatre caps are a good idea.”
“Surgeons only know 44% of their operating theatre teams names.”
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