Epicc Vascular Michigan is a mobile vascular access company that provides best Vascular Access Services to Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Home Health & Hospice Agencies, Infusion Clinics, Infectious Disease Offices, Cancer Centers, Infusion Pharmacies, and more. By staying abreast of latest evidence-based practices in vascular access, we ensure to positively impact our clients and enhance the care of the patients.Not only do we follow INS standards of practice, but we also use the latest advanced technologies at the bedside. We can provide these services to hospitals, nursing homes, hospice, home health entities, and more.
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Why Partner with Epicc Vascular Michigan?
Benefits of Using Epicc Michigan
- Improve Patient Safety and Patient Outcomes
- Increase vascular access device placement success rate of greater than 98% compared with staff nurses who only occasionally insert a PICC line 50-70% (Java 2004)
- Using highly specialized and trained nurses who work in the vascular access field everyday
- Increase patient satisfaction
- Eliminate the responsibility of staffing, providing benefits, sick calls, and maternity leaves
- Improve data collection on catheters to enhance staff education and awareness
- Provide patients with teaching/discharge instruction
- Supply materials (i.e. ultrasound, custom PICC tray, tip location system, & tip confirmation system) at a flat rate
- Free up Interventional Radiology (IR) suite for higher reimbursement cases
- Increase profits for radiologist and facility/cost-effective compared to in-house radiologist placed line
- Provide flexibility to the healthcare facility via tailor-made contracts
- Increase productivity and time management for your staff
“Real World” Nurse Education
At Epicc Vascular Michigan, our heart is for the patient. We provide hands-on education for nurses in IV Therapy and Vascular Access Device (VAD) care and maintenance. With that in mind, our goal is to help each patient with a vascular access device by training nurses in the correct care and maintenance of these devices. With this proper training, we can help our partner facilities decrease their Central Line Associated Bloodstream Infections (CLABSI) and other infections, due to poor care and maintenance of their patient’s lines.