At Hebrew SeniorLife, we are committed to delivering outstanding patient-centered care. We uphold the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s definition of quality: “Doing the right thing, at the right time, for the right person, and having the best possible result.” With that in mind, we hope you will find the resources below helpful.
The Bed & Chair Alarm Removal Manual provides background information and a process for the removal of bed and chair alarms. Our experiences over the past few years to remove bed and chair alarms from our long-term chronic care communities has led to calmer, more home-like environments for our patients, with no increase in falls.
Bed & Chair Alarm Removal: A Resource for Long-Term Care & Skilled Nursing Facilities
Project Plan & Resources Manual