Given the high-end image quality scanners offer, they can be implemented in multiple departments across healthcare institutions such as Emergency Medicine, Interventional Radiology, Intensive Care Unit, and more. Clarius handheld wireless scanners deliver an image Clinical staff can trust to make a confident decision quickly.
Successful deployments typically rely on strong executive sponsorship and a clear understanding of technology solution requirements.
Once your organization is aligned with your PoCUS strategy, Clarius can help you assemble a team of solution providers to assist you in setting up your infrastructure and help with your deployment models. This section highlights best practices and learnings from successful deployments.
1) Aligning key stakeholders
As you prepare to introduce Clarius scanners as your ultrasound solution, it’s critical to engage both clinical, biomedical and IT leadership to develop a common vision for success.
Many institutions find it helpful to assign a senior-level clinical sponsor. This individual can keep your organization focused on end-user needs while helping with change management and buy-in from clinical staff. Once a sponsor is in place, you’ll want to assemble a team of physicians, biomedical engineers, and IT infrastructure staff who are dedicated to bringing point-of-care ultrasound to your organization.
Note: Consider assigning a senior-level clinical sponsor.
2) Assemble a team
Once a sponsor is in place, you’ll want to assemble a team of physicians, biomedical engineers, and IT infrastructure staff who are dedicated to bringing mobility to your organization. The team should also include members who work in other services—for example, lab, radiology, and transport.
Note: Assemble a team that fits your institutions' needs.
Next Step: Choosing the right configuration for your clinical needs