Category: Real World Stories

Extra Time and Training for an Above-and-Beyond Confidence Boost

Clinicians draw on many different skills. First, nurses and therapists must have a background of solid medical knowledge and training….

Hands-on Assistance and Remote Advice — A Tale of Two Alerts

Residential Nurse Alert to the Rescue Part of Residential Home Health’s commitment to promoting safe and healthy aging in place,…

Expert Attention, New Resources, and Coordination in One Simple Button

Residential Nurse Alert to the Rescue Even when patients recognize they need help, that doesn’t mean they know exactly what…

Quick Responses and Immediate Action Enable a Lifesaving Intervention

Residential in the Real World Much of the process of monitoring health and recovery is based on comparisons. Is the…

Perception + Deduction + Follow-Through = Stellar Care

Residential in the Real World The first step in problem-solving is observation; it is also the simplest. An experienced clinician is…

Embracing the New — Frequent Use to Make the Most of New Technology

Residential Nurse Alert to the Rescue People can be creatures of habit — when something new comes into our lives,…

Steady Encouragement Helps One Patient Reclaim Her Independence

It’s normal to be apprehensive about doing something new, like making a health change, even when we understand how important…

‘Eureka!’ — Turning the Corner toward Disease Self-Management

Residential in the Real World It happens time and again: We hear good advice, or we know what’s best for…

Residential Staff Story: ‘The Importance of Medication Reconciliation’

At Residential Home Health, we’re tuned in to the concerns affecting our patients and the potential pitfalls that can threaten…

Patient’s Wise Emergency Preparedness Enables Safer Aging in Place

Residential Nurse Alert to the Rescue ‘Aging in place’ refers to living safely and independently at home, without being relocated…