Rolling over, I reach to turn off my early morning alarm and I hear my hinges creak. Is that my arthritis talking to me or is it the rusting of my newfangled robotic nursing parts?
After a days work in the hospital the need for an implanted computer chip becomes an obvious option for true nursing efficiency. Imagine the time it would shave off.
I would be clocked in as I enter the building, the door to the locker room would swing open and I could change into my scrubs. As I approach a computer to do my many tasks I would log right on and as I run I would log right off. When lunch rolls around and I leave the unit I could be clocked out and then back in again without having to remember. The pyxis wouldn’t ask me for a code either, it would just be on key to open the drawers with the meds I need. At the end of my exhausting and rewarding robotic day, I would of course be clocked out walking out the door. [Read more...]