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CHECK OUT the June issue of JONA! We are pleased to announce that LIVENGOOD is highlighted in an article published in the June 2015 issue of JONA (The Journal of Nursing Administration). The article titled “Use of an Ambulation Platform Apparatus” addresses our joint study done with Medical Center of the Rockies discussing how The PACE reduced LOS and the number of Care Givers needed in each mobility event. We are very excited to be part of the solution for mobilizing patients.
Here is the link to the abstract.

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We are pleased to announce that LIVENGOOD will be highlighted in an article being published in the June 2015 issue of JONA (The Journal of Nursing Administration). The article titled “Use of an Ambulation Platform Apparatus” addresses our joint study done with Medical Center of the Rockies discussing how The PACE reduced LOS and the number of Care Givers needed in each mobility event. We are very excited to be part of the solution for mobilizing patients.

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Please take a moment and read this article by InnovatioNews. Read Article
FORT COLLINS – Most people don’t want to stay in a hospital any longer than they absolutely have to. And while that’s primarily based on a person’s desire simply to be well again and get back home, there are other factors that weigh in favor of getting out of that hospital bed as soon as possible. Read Article

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Here at LIVENGOOD, we are proud to announce the start of our Recovery in Reality Blog Series. It is here that we will chronicle patient recovery stories and detail the ways that early mobility can greatly increase the quality of patient care:

Last year, the usually energetic 82-year-old Roy was feeling ill. Roy was suffering from extreme lower abdominal pain and wasn’t able to eat – he didn’t even have an interest in food. It became clear that Roy needed medical attention, so his wife took him to Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins, Colorado. After being admitted into the hospital, Roy underwent a myriad of tests to determine the cause of the severe abdominal pain and new onset anorexia. Eventually, doctors determined Roy needed to have his gallbladder removed. Continue reading

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About LIVENGOOD

LIVENGOOD was founded on the idea of true patient-centric care. As nurses, doctors and therapists, we are all aware of how beneficial early mobility is for our patients. We are equally aware of the time and staff needed to get our patients up out of bed. So we set out to design a tool that was safe, used less staff, and empowered patients to get up and walk during their hospital stay. By designing solutions with the patients' recovery in mind, we also help caregivers and hospitals achieve their goals of providing better, more cost efficient care.


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Address: 3800 Weicker Dr, Fort Collins, CO 80524 United States