The Joint Commission has released a report explaining a new national patient safety goal for hospitals to improve the safety of their clinical alarm systems.
These systems generally include visual and/or audio alarms on medical equipment, such as cardiac monitors, IV systems and ventilators, according to the commission. In general, nurse call systems, computerized provider order entry systems and other information technology systems are not included.
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