Motient co-founder Dr. Watson finds similarities and applied lessons from his Kansas upbringing for the challenges of modern healthcare.
Motient co-founder Dr. Watson reflects on an experience that made him realize the true essence of human connection in healthcare.
Motient’s Dr. Watson looks at how the lack of local and regional control in healthcare has constrained the actual activity of caring for people.
The current healthcare system requires wholesale elimination of current segments of the non-direct patient care expense line.
Mission Control data analytics are now embedded in the platform.
COVID-19 has demonstrated the need to build back the healthcare system stronger, more efficient, and better than before.
Motient’s Mission Control solution standardizes the patient transfer process and provides invaluable insights into patient movement data.
Motient and Mission Control 2021 in review.
The healthcare industry must find a way forward in the digital age — and leave outdated technology, like fax machines, behind.
Motient’s eBook, The Recent Rise of Disparities and Inequities in Rural Healthcare, outlines the facts and realities behind the challenges that put access to healthcare in rural areas at greater risk — and demonstrate solutions to overcome disparities and inequalities in rural healthcare, particularly through efficient patient movement.
The current healthcare system must change to focus on the patient in order for quality, cost-efficient changes to occur.
Our healthcare system can change how COVID-19 is handled. We need to change how reimbursement, staffing, and technology are managed.
In this webinar, learn the key factors related to successful interfacility transfers, along with the actions you can take to improve your facility’s transfer processes and data collection.
Read about how the Delta surge affected Coffey County Hospital in Burlington, Kansas.
On the Empowered Patient Podcast, Karen Jagoda interviews Motient co-founder Dr. Richard Watson.
Sherman Smith from the Kansas Reflector examines how Mission Control helped Kansas deal with the Delta surge.
The late summer 2021 Delta surge saw greater mortality than expected.
Rural states don’t have enough Level 1 Trauma Centers. Learn how a patient movement platform could help save time — and lives.
As the Delta variant surges on, we understand trauma for healthcare providers isn’t over, but we are hopeful that technology can make a small impact in lightening the load for our front-line heroes.
There are three ways healthcare leadership can embrace technology and get nurses back to the bedside.
Motient’s Mission Control equips Newman Regional Health with the tools and data to find available beds efficiently and efficiently coordinate every aspect of patient movement.
With a patient movement tool, sepsis patients get to the treatment they need faster — and healthcare providers see improved patient outcomes.
A patient movement platform can improve the likelihood of survival after sudden cardiac arrest.
As hospitals in rural areas continue to struggle with COVID hospitalizations, the ability to quickly find and arrange transport to a healthcare facility able to take patients is perhaps more pressing now than ever.
In rural areas, hospitals and healthcare facilities need better resources and increased access, such as patient movement solutions, that will help manage patients with stroke.
Cheyenne Mountain Software will now be known as Motient.
The Acuity Index is a patient assessment score specific to patient transport. It explicitly scores a patient’s condition as appropriate for transport between the sender, EMS services, and the receiver.
Mission Control is pleased to announce a new layout that now provides more information, is optimized to efficiently provide fast access to important metrics, as well as new features including filtering, drilling down, bookmarking, lassoing, new pages, and more.
Living on the frontier can mean scarcity in resources, especially in healthcare. We need to create sustainable standardization of processes and administrative support in order for positive patient outcomes to increase and benefit rural communities and healthcare facilities.
The Acuity Index is the standardized methodology that determines vital, transfer-specific elements of a person’s condition as necessary to how they will be moved between facilities, using which modalities and resources.
Mission Control is excited to announce a new interface for mission creation that will further simplify the way you create transfers in Mission Control.
In cases of stroke, time is brain. Mission Control helps ensure healthcare providers, EMS, and patients get access to the resources they need, when they need — when every second matters.
During EMS Week 2021, and always, Mission Control offers appreciation and gratitude to those who continue to serve with their courage, knowledge, and passion.
May is Trauma Awareness Month. As we begin to venture back out into the world, let’s refresh our memories about preventative measures and leading causes of motor vehicle accidents.
At Mission Control, our goal throughout COVID-19 — and beyond — is to empower healthcare professionals and facilities with efficient, sustainable, and safe methods of patient movement. Read this infographic to discover some of the ways Mission Control has helped hospitals in Kansas with COVID-19 during the past year.
Nurses are a vital part of our care community. At Mission Control, we value and appreciate their impact every day and offer tribute during Nurse’s Week 2021.
Learn more about the founders of Mission Control, why they’re passionate about patient movement, and how they are transforming emergency medical transportation.
In 2020, we witnessed the Covid-19 pandemic push the United States’ healthcare system to its limit — and beyond. A centralized system was necessary to support our healthcare professionals: Mission Control. Mission Control provides visibility, resources, and efficiency to the patient movement process and to the staff working on the frontlines of healthcare.
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