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Clinical Informatics Analyst

Phone: (304) ***-****  HQ Phone
Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital Corporation
800 Garfield Avenue
Parkersburg , West Virginia 26101
United States

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MEDITECH Customers Take Center Stage in Current Issue of Health Data Management
www.meditech2.com, 11 July 2008 [cached]
"We knew we wanted to implement lots of applications on the carts so we could put nurses at the bedside more," said Kerry Cottrell, RN, nursing informatics analyst at Camden-Clark.
Read both articles, Caring for the Chronically Ill and Mobile Carts Turn a Corner, in the current issue of Health Data Management.
Developer of Mobile Hospital Computing Equipment and Medical Carts Helps Hospital Upgrade to Wireless
www.biohealthmatics.com, 24 Nov 2007 [cached]
"It improves efficiency by allowing one-time documentation at bedside rather than once at bedside than again at the nursing station," CCMH nursing informatics analyst Kerry Cottrell emphasized. Artromick's technology, she added, is a time saver for CCMH nurses, allowing them to quickly access information over the wireless network without having to save their charting until a computer is available at a nursing station.
Cottrell also said the Artromick mobile computing medical carts are ergonomically efficient and adjustable, easy to move and control, and have a better, more easily rechargeable battery life than those of previous carts used at the West Virginia hospital.
For example, the carts that ...
www.healthdatamanagement.com, 16 July 2008 [cached]
For example, the carts that Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital initially implemented were deemed to be too big and bulky to maneuver comfortably by nurses, says Kerry Cottrell, R.N., nursing informatics analyst.So the Parkersburg, W.Va.-based hospital purchased more lightweight carts its second time around, she adds.
"It improves efficiency by allowing ...
www.blackberrypimp.com, 2 Aug 2008 [cached]
"It improves efficiency by allowing one-time documentation at bedside rather than once at bedside than again at the nursing station," CCMH nursing informatics analyst Kerry Cottrell emphasized.
Artromick's technology, she added, is a time saver for CCMH nurses, allowing them to quickly access information over the wireless network without having to save their charting until a computer is available at a nursing station.
Cottrell also said the Artromick mobile computing medical carts (http://artromick.com/product_imc.html) are ergonomically efficient and adjustable, easy to move and control, and have a better, more easily rechargeable battery life than those of previous carts used at the West Virginia hospital.
Since 1972, Artromick has provided innovative medication handling systems to hospitals and long-term care facilities, all aimed at improving nurse efficiency, ensuring medication compliance and improving patient safety.
Point of No Return?
www.fortherecordmag.com, 12 May 2008 [cached]
Nursing informatics analyst Kerry Cottrell works with the nursing staff on a daily basis and has seen firsthand the improved workflow and time savings the new mobile computing carts have offered the hospital. Among the benefits Cottrell reports are the ability to use the carts at the bedside, the additional area for charting that is decentralized from the nursing station, and the capability to provide readily accessible information in a timely manner.
"It improves efficiency by allowing one-time documentation at bedside rather than once at bedside then again at the nursing station. The nurses are using them pretty extensively-a lot more than ever before," says Cottrell, adding that it saves time for nurses, who can quickly access information over the wireless network and no longer have to save their charting until a computer is available at the nursing station. The new mobile computing carts are so efficient, in fact, that the old ones are no longer at the facility, says Cottrell.
Besides being easy to use, Cottrell says the carts are ergonomically efficient and adjustable, easy to move and control, and have a better, more easily rechargeable battery life than those on previous carts, all adding to the overall acceptance and successful implementation of the technology.
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