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Quietyme Now Automates Much of the Hospital Noise Reduction Process

Quietyme Now Automates Much of the Hospital Noise Reduction Process

Quietyme’s launch of its automated, end-to-end solution for hospital noise reduction is featured in HIT Consultant.  The solution now includes:– Enhanced predictive dashboard. Hospitals can make intervene before noise reaches projected levels.– Smart Bundle. Identifies the 1 to 3 modifications specific for each nursing unit each day that will make the largest impact on noise reduction immediately– Smart Signs. Attractive, edge-lit sign alerts staff and visitors when noise disturbances are occurring.– Compliance & Effectiveness Reports. Automatically holds staff accountable for improvement and identifies what is having the largest impact.To read more, click...
New Predictive Dashboard Hopes to Create Quiet Hospitals, Healing Environment

New Predictive Dashboard Hopes to Create Quiet Hospitals, Healing Environment

Quietyme’s new solutions dashboard is featured  in the leading healthcare technology media outlet, HIT Consultant. Designed to help nurses and hospital administrators reduce patient noise disturbances, the new predictive analytics solution is a proprietary technology platform built on the real-time streaming data of Quietyme’s decibel sensor network currently used in dozens of hospitals, hotels and residential buildings.Read the entire article >> Click...
Quietyme is featured in The Economist and Business Traveler as part of a call for the start of a quiet revolution in the hotel world.

Quietyme is featured in The Economist and Business Traveler as part of a call for the start of a quiet revolution in the hotel world.

The New Year brings  a call for the “start of a quiet revolution in the ever-noisy hotel world.”  Take a look at reporter David Churchill’s analysis on “How Hotels Are Finally Tackling Room Noise”  with innovation including Quietyme in the Business Traveler.See how this call is taken even a step further and called a “war on noise” as Quietyme is featured in The Economist. Read the whole article from The Economist  via link:http://www.economist.com/blogs/gulliver/2016/01/bang-bang-no-zeds Read the whole article from Business Traveler via...
Nursing Blog covers how to improve patient experience and HCAHPS scores

Nursing Blog covers how to improve patient experience and HCAHPS scores

The secret is out! “Nursing staff and Quietyme can make a huge difference in lowering noise levels in hospitals.” says healthcare journalist Jennifer Larson. “Would you recognize if the hospital noise level was too high? Or would you know what to do to keep it down?The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends that the average noise level in a hospital room not exceed 30 decibels. But as the authors of a 2012 research letter in the Archives of Internal Medicine noted, “objectively measured hospital noise can range as high as 67 dB in the intensive care unit to 42 dB in surgical wards.” When that happens, patients have trouble getting the rest they need, and they tend to mark hospitals down on HCAHPS scores. Most units are a lot louder than you might realize. Machines, alarms, footsteps on tile floors, pages echoing overhead, cell phones…they’re all part of the cacophony of noises in a typical hospital. Human voices are responsible for creating a lot of the hospital noise, too.” Read the whole article...