About Kim Davis
Over the course of a successful twenty-five year career to date, Mr. Davis is recognized for moving stationary businesses forward, attaining new growth in sales and earnings, and significantly improving shareholder value. Mr. Davis successfully creates and integrates progressive growth strategies to include an emphasis on improved productivity and metrics. With insight and skill, Mr. Davis has increased profits and long-term growth for companies by building a culture that develops strong leadership, recognizes and rewards motivation, and increases employee satisfaction and customer loyalty.
Entries by Kim Davis
“Investigating Electrocardiography Lead Wires as a Reservoir for Antibiotic Pathgens” Presented at AHA, April 2008, Authors: Hetal Gandhi MD, et al ECG lead wires are a reservoir source for multidrug resistant organisms in the intensive care unit Failure to effectively decontaminate ECG lead wires can result in an invasive infection by multidrug resistant organisms Decontamination […]
Mary Hodgerney is the Nurse Manager of the Cardiac Cath Lab, Electrophysiology Lab, and Cardiac Short Stay units, at UMass Memorial Medical Center. She holds a Masters Degree from the University of Massachusetts School of Nursing and is a Certified Acute Care Nurse Practitioner. Mary was formal lecturer for over 20 years for the Frontiers […]
Massachusetts Department of Public Health Releases First Annual Report on Serious Reportable Events at Hospitals
Hetal Gandhi M.D., Sonia Sharma D.O., Rebecca Beveridge BSN, donna Gilski APN, Parag Patel, D.O. Advocate Lutheran General Hospital, Park Ridge, IL Background Nosocomial infections are by far one of the foremost threats to the healthcare system today, leading to increasing health-care costs, increased morbidity and mortality for the patients who acquire them, as […]
H Gandhi MD, S Sharma, DO, D Gilski APN, R Beveridge RN BSN, D Kantoris RN BSN, N Davis PhD, P Patel DO FACC Background In the critical care environment, false alarms and nuisance alarms associated with traditional ECG wires pose a safety risk to patients and burden the nursing staff by taking them […]
Florida Hospital Orlando Introduction Florida Hospital Orlando, the largest of seven hospitals in the Florida Hospital System, houses the Florida Hospital Cardiovascular Institute, ranked number three in the nation for number of open heart surgeries. Twenty-five thousand patientsi are admitted into the Institute where 11,000 cardiac proceduresii and 2,000 open heart surgeriesiii are performed […]
Summary of Data by Donna Quinton Brown RN, AASN, Alumnus CCRN, LifeSync® Corp. and M. Ann Anderson, MS, RN Director of Clinical Affairs, LifeSync Corporation In January of 2008 a 395-bed hospital located in St. Petersburg, Florida added the LifeSync® Wireless ECG System to their infection control bundle and monitoring procedure. The hospital began […]
H. Gandhi, MD; S. Sharma, DO; D. Gilski, APN; R. Beveridge, RN BSN; D. Kantoris, RN BSN; N. Davis, PhD; P. Patel, DO FACC Division of Cardiology, Advocate Lutheran General Hospital, Park Ridge, Illinois Background Nosocomial infections are a major risk to patients, visitors and employees. They contribute to health-care costs, morbidity and mortality, […]
Improved JCAHO Compliance.The LifeSync® System is the first wireless electrocardiogram (ECG) data communication system appropriate for use in hospital and outpatient settings where cardiac ECG and respiration monitoring are required.
- Patient safety and outcomes, nurse productivity and lower hospital costs are driving efforts in hospitals to implement LifeSync® Wireless ECG System with LeadWear.October 1, 2014 - 10:45 am
- INVESTIGATING ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY LEAD WIRES AS A RESERVOIR FOR ANTIBIOTIC-RESISTANT PATHOGENSSeptember 26, 2014 - 1:46 am
- Optimizing Bedside ECG Monitoring with Wireless SystemSeptember 26, 2014 - 1:37 am