Starting with care at the bedside, COMS provides the tools and processes that improve quality across an entire organization.
Working with or without an EMR, COMS empowers nurses, provides powerful oversight, and generates detailed patient data and documentation that integrates with third party systems and feeds powerful corporate tools to improve the bottom line.
Most of all, COMS has helped us manage and improve our residents’ outcomes at the point of care with defined processes and procedures.
Nurses are able to identify variances, whether clinical in nature, or other outliers, on a more timely basis so we can implement appropriate interventions.
COMS helps our nurses proactively uncover issues with our patients to help them make decisions to improve patient care.
I see the value in COMS in a lot of areas, but most of all it brings value to my nurses. Daylight IQ teaches the new graduates how to complete Head to Toe assessments and build their critical thinking skills.
COMS allows us to pick up any innuendos, that may not be as salient as other symptoms, regarding a person’s condition. It allows us to make decisions quickly and to ensure that resident continues to move forward in their care needs.
The power of COMS' clinical content has truly improved the quality of care we provide.