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Acuity Adaptable Rooms
Bringing different levels of acute care to the patient
- Operationalizes concept of patient-centeredness
- ICU capable headwall
- Sink for hand hygiene
- Adjacent nurse work station
- LCD Window Observation
- Flat Screen Monitoring
- Family Accommodation
- Patient Education
Three-year post-intervention data show considerable reduction in transfers (90%), medical errors (70%), and number of falls. Hendrich, Fay, Sorrells, 2004
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