TSG Nav® gives your organization total control over every aspect of the education and auditing process.
EMRI meets the ultimate challenge; it enables changes in practitioner behavior. It reliably changes documentation and clinical practice patterns. It helps emergency practitioners meet the standard of care. The program is based upon the fundamental recognition that emergency practitioners are human and need systems in place to perform optimally. TSG is improving clinical practice, improving patient safety, and reducing medical errors and risk in emergency medicine.
The Audit reporting tool is extremely easy to use and share with clinicians. It provides results in graphic form that has been extremely well received by hundreds of emergency physicians.
Following implementation of the tool, TSG has seen striking changes in emergency departments. The number of patients discharged with abnormal vitals signs drops drastically. Risk factor analysis for coronary artery disease, thoracic aortic dissection, pulmonary embolism and many other conditions, which is nearly non-existent in most emergency departments, is routinely performed. Quality of care increases and practitioners begin to take advantage of diagnostic opportunities.
TSG recommends that the Audit be run within the emergency department quality improvement program in order to keep information confidential and protected from discovery. Additionally, we recommend that institutions utilizing the Audit develop policy with regard to input and use of data relative to HIPAA confidentiality requirements.