Force Multipliers to Help Solve the Nursing Crisis
The global pandemic exacerbated and hastened what was already a looming nurse staffing crisis. A recent survey found that 34% of RNs planned on leaving their roles, many from burnout made much worse by COVID-19. As many as 100,000 nurses quit in the first nine months of 2022.
Equum Medical is expanding into tele-nursing, providing hospitals with highly experienced nurses who understand telehealth, emergent care, admissions and discharge protocols. Equum Medical's RNs serve as a value-added resource, helping the bedside team with tailored tasks to help facilitate improved admission and discharge processes as well as providing mentorship when needed.
For our 10 years Equum Medical has been staffing licensed and credentialed clinicians and care providers to power the nation's health systems and hospitals. We’ve enabled numerous hospitals and health systems to care for a larger number of patients, improve patient care, and deliver a positive clinical, operational and financial impact.
Increase in Contribution Margin/ICU Case
Increase in Retained ICU Cases
*Better than Risk Adjusted Vent Days
*Better than Predicted Risk Adjusted ICU LOS
*Better than Predicted Risk Adjusted ICU Mortality
Reduction in ER Case Leakage
Let Equum Medical's digitally enabled clinical workforce power your Telehealth ambitions