Inspiren at Magnet 2018

IN 2019, the ANA Enterprise looks forward to building on strategic work already set in motion last year when we unveiled our three-part innovation framework to transform healthcare through the power of nurse-led innovation. The framework was seen in action at the 2018 ANCC National Magnet Conference[R] in Colorado. Read the highlights below and be […]

“Improving Clinical Communication” — HIMSS

Nurse-physician communication is one of the most difficult challenges for patient care units today. This is especially true for orthopedic surgical patients with complex, multi-stakeholder care plans and various post-operative care transitions. At New York’s Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS), the world’s leading academic medical center focused on musculoskeletal health, we faced significant challenges in […]

“Leading Innovation” — American Nurse Today

In April of 2019, I had the privilege of attending the ANA Quality and Innovation Conference where Inspiren, the healthcare technology company I co-founded with fellow nurse, Michael Wang, received the inaugural Innovation Award, powered by BD. Since that time, I have received messages from nurses around the country asking me why I felt the […]

“The Case For A Happy Monday” — Forbes

Although it is well understood that mental health issues are one of the leading causes of lost productivity, we still face a collective barrier that prevents from fully activating our “caring instinct” at work. We accept superficial personal relationships in the workplace as the norm, while at the same time looking to our jobs as a significant […]

“Book Recommendations from 30 Under 40 Healthcare Leaders” — Business Insider

“When Breath Becomes Air’ is a powerful biography that weaves together the practice of medicine with the journey of a terminally ill patient,” Kristen Park Hopson, 39, director of oncology research at Moderna Therapeutics said. “This is an amazing perspective of the healthcare industry from both provider and patient points of view.” Paul Coyne, 33, […]

“Implementation Best Practices – Clinical Communication” — Healthcare IT News

Four common mistakes With a wide variety of offerings on the market, many of which have overlapping functionality, even knowing where to begin can be overwhelming. Healthcare organizations have to be vigilant in their approach to avoid making four very common mistakes, said Paul Coyne, RN, senior director, clinical informatics and advanced practice nursing at […]

“Career Advice from 30 Under 40 Healthcare Leaders” — Business Insider

‘Become an expert in at least two’ of the forces transforming healthcare. Paul Coyne says it’s vital for young people to “think about the broader picture of the forces that are at play” in the industry — and become an expert in at least two of them. That includes tech area of healthcare like IT, analytics […]

“Inspiren Fights Patient Neglect With AI” — The Medical Futurist

Patient neglect is a serious cause of concern worldwide. In the US, medical errors are the third leading cause of death with more than 250,000 deaths per year. Determined to figure out what’s going on in the patient rooms of hospitals and change current care routines, a group of practicing clinicians and nurses based in […]

“Inspiren Reduces Patient Vulnerability with New Technology” — LSN Global

In a bid to combat patient neglect, health start-up Inspiren has launched a smart device that uses computer vision, deep learning and body movement recognition to monitor medical environments. The patient care assistant, iN, detects staff presence and assesses environmental safety risks while collecting individual patient data from medical devices such as vitals monitors and […]

“Patient neglect kills. This AI could help stop it” — Fast Company

In the vast majority of hospitals, nurses are required to check on patients at least once an hour. This practice, called hourly rounding, is designed to reduce the number of patient falls and pressure ulcers, which happen when bedridden people don’t move enough. But there’s no way to know whether nurses are checking every hour–or […]