Using Electronic Nursing Handoff to Improve Timeliness of Clinical Information Exchange and Reduce Boarding Time for Admitted Patients in the Emergency Department
Linda Huffman, DNP, RN; Margie Burnett, MS, RN, CNRN; Donna Beitler, MS, RN-BC; Keisha N. Perrin, BSN, RN; Candice M. Zabko, MSN, RN, NE_BC; Ashley Del Pilar, MS, RN; Heather Gardner, MSN, RN; Cindy Rutledge, MSN, RN; Hetal Rupani, MHA; Radhika B. Mehta, MHA, MPH; Barbara Maliszewski, MS, RN, NEA-BC
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