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The translation of technological advancements to enhance patient safety through nursing innovations implemented at the Point of care

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Ram Kumar Garg ,
Ram Kumar Garg

Teerthanker Mahaveer University, College of Nursing, Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh, India

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Hina Thakkar ,
Hina Thakkar

ATLAS SkillTech University, ISME - School of Management & Entrepreneurship, Mumbai, India

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Kavina Ganapathy ,
Kavina Ganapathy

JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), Department of Biotechnology, Karnataka, India

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Abstract

The use of internet-based surveillance technology platforms is thought to benefit patients in nursing homes by enhancing their protection and the standard of care while also streamlining the job of the caregivers. A good strategy for creating and applying digital innovations and adapting the product or service is co-creation. The purpose of this research was to examine shared creation as an adoption method and practice, as well as to determine the enablers and challenges to the use of technological surveillance technologies in the residential setting for people with dementia and roaming behavior. An inductive content review of the qualitative and quantitative data was conducted after the data had been logically analyzed using an approach for the drivers of development. A greater number of resources were needed for the execution than those involved had expected for the gradual modifications since it constituted a major change. As a whole, the joint development technique stood out as the key enabler, leading to a more secure night surveillance system. The procedure of successfully implementing novel electronic surveillance technologies within care facilities is difficult and time-consuming, and it becomes even more challenging when the innovation enables medical professionals to fundamentally alter surgical procedures at the Point of care, opening up new opportunities for individuals and caregivers to co-create value. Long-term digitization of municipality medical services necessitates the direct integration of increasingly sophisticated IT skills into the administration and delivery of medical services as well as collaboratively creating values with those using the services and their families.

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Kumar Garg R, Thakkar H, Ganapathy K. The translation of technological advancements to enhance patient safety through nursing innovations implemented at the Point of care. Salud, Ciencia y Tecnología [Internet]. 2023 Aug. 7 [cited 2024 Jul. 15];3:462. Available from: https://revista.saludcyt.ar/ojs/index.php/sct/article/view/462

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