Learn About Cuddles From Nurses Like You at AWHONN
Posted by Chris Konicek on June 6, 2017 4:01 pm
We know you want to provide the very best care for your patients. That’s why you’ve taken the unique opportunity to grow and learn at the 2017 AWHONN Annual Conference in New Orleans June 24-27. We’re excited to be there with you to share our appreciation for what you do every day – and show you how we may be able to make it just a little bit easier.
Our infant protection system is the market leader and backed by over 30 years of experience in the industry. It’s secure, comfortable, easy to use and affordable. We know you need a reliable infant protection system and our system is just that and so much more. To see what we mean, take a look at the seven ways that the Cuddles infant protection system stands apart from other systems that claim to offer the same protection.
We would love for you to learn more about our infant protection system from other nurses, just like you, who use it every day. Beth Cassidy, Maternity Director from Park Ridge Health, is one of the nurses who will be at our Nurse Appreciation Party. Beth has been using the Cuddles system for 8 years in her current role. Before the Cuddles system, Beth’s staff was burdened by so many nuisance alarms that every time a “Code Pink” alarm was triggered it was ignored. Obviously, this posed a safety risk and Beth seized the chance to replace this system with one she already knew worked well from her previous hospital: Cuddles.
“Accutech answered all of our questions and easily outlined the advantages of their system during a presentation to our stakeholders. Our installation was perfect – clean and quiet while we had patients on the floors, there were no interruptions to their care,” says Beth. “Our staff loves the ease of discharging and adding babies. We don’t have nuisance alarms and our safety factor has increased greatly. Service is always easy to access and responsive. I’ve done a lot of recommendations…I wouldn’t do it if I didn’t feel so strongly about the system,” she attests.
Come learn more about how Beth, and many others, use Cuddles at our Nurse Appreciation Party on Monday, June 26 from 5-8pm. Eat, drink, network, and learn at the Ernst Café before the President’s Party. Let us know ahead of time that you’ll be at our Nurse Appreciation Party by pre-registering here and stopping by to pick up a few food and drink tickets at our booth (#339) at the Convention Center. We can’t wait to see you!
"We love Cuddles for 3 reasons:
- Safety. There are very few nuisance alarms.
- It’s a standalone unit. If there is an issue with the IT service in-house, it has nothing to do with this system. You are still safe.
- Ease of use and installation. It’s down to a fine science."
"It adds another measure of comfort and confidence for parents. We've also added an extra layer of security that provides mom and baby matching capabilities.
Each tag is uniquely identifiable to match mom and baby. We wanted to improve the old system with state of the art technology."
OB Nurse Manager
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