We talk about nurses innovating in telehealth and other technologies in this episode of Nursing Notes Live. I chat with Suzanne Shugg, a nurse who has been making innovative changes in healthcare delivery throughout her career. She has experience in a broad range of health areas, from health insurance to telehealth to implementing preventative cardiovascular clinics. Her role teaching about Future Technology in Medicine at Rutgers University is key in helping healthcare professionals learn about advances in telehealth delivery. Join us as we discuss her drive to further her personal mission to “change healthcare for the better” and how other nurses can follow her innovative example and do the same.
Nursing Notes Live, presented by Johnson & Johnson, is the podcast extension of the national bimonthly e-digest, Notes for the Nursing Community, which shines a spotlight on nurses as innovators and critical change makers in the delivery of positive patient outcomes within today’s healthcare landscape.
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Stay tuned for more episodes here at Nursing Notes Live coming soon. And check out another recent episode with NICU nurse Tricia Cady, who’s been working with premature and sick newborns for 10 years of her 22-year nursing career. She developed an innovative new product, the Cady Hug, to help keep neonates’ hands secure and away from their medical tubes and wires while still allowing for developmentally important movement. You’ll find that and other episodes of Nursing Notes Live in the podcast area on iTunes as well as our podcast player on DiscoverNursing.com.