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Does anyone have any info on TSYSTEM? Been almost 8 months in ESD and still loving it!!!! Most of the time, :roll... Read More

  1. by   allison4403
    My husband currently works for T-System, as do several of my good friends.....

    I really couldn't tell you much about it, though. Sorry!

    I do know that they have really great Christmas parties, and they keep their lounge stocked with food and drinks (my husband is easy to please, lol).....

  2. by   NRSKarenRN
  3. by   debbyed
    Thanks for the link Karen
  4. by   healingtouchRN
    we did the T-sheets the front side in triage & the doc reviewed it & signed off then did the back. saved a lot of paper work. Just annoying to have to do paper work everywhere. It's a good system once ya figure out which sheet the doc wants. I worked with docs that were good enuff to say which one when it was a close call (between lac & fall) or something like that...
  5. by   nowplayingEDRN
    Originally posted by allison4403
    My husband currently works for T-System, as do several of my good friends.....

    I really couldn't tell you much about it, though. Sorry!

    I do know that they have really great Christmas parties, and they keep their lounge stocked with food and drinks (my husband is easy to please, lol).....

  6. by   healingtouchRN
    tell hubby his company is remarkable, I really liked the T-sheets, (always room for growth) but pretty compact & I always go for it even now that I am in a unit, because I get a good sum up of what happened in the ER or transferring hospital's ER.
  7. by   petiteflower
    WOW! I have been looking at ways to improve nursing documentation in ER--a "rent-a-doc" that we use told me about the T system. These are really great!!
  8. by   nightangel99
    We use the T-sheets along with the docs. There is an area for subjective assessment, to be completed by an RN or EMT-P, then the physical/objective assessment to be completed by the MD. At first we hated them (oh no , just some more paperwork for US to do) but it has gone pretty well. T-system also has computer documentation, but we didnt like it very much. We are going to be using Medhost computer documentation.
  9. by   newfloridaRN
    We use the T-system. It's great, it tells you basically everything you n eed to chart so that youd ont forget anything
  10. by   TlhRNED
    We have both the physician and the nursing t-system and LOVE it! They have a website you can log onto and a rep will contact you if you desire.
  11. by   DMoon
    I'm pretty sure there's a T-system for nursing. Our physicians have been using it here for a few years and, after some "growing pains", won't give it up! We've gotten complaints about them being impossible to pull up on a computer (at least so far in our hospital)--such as when the attendings are trying to review labs, dictation, etc. Medical records is probably going to have to start scanning them in, but I'm not sure how well this is going to work. They'll have to have a pretty good scanner to pick up the details. We were looking into going to the T-system for nursing but now they're in hot (or at least lukewarm) pursuit of computer charting, which is a whole 'nother can of worms...

    One thing I've noticed is that the T-system company will pretty much do what you want them to in terms of building sheets that suit your department's specific needs--for a price, of course.

    Good luck!
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  13. by   FlyingED
    What I like about t-sheets is the fact that if it is used properly it reduces charting. If anything makes my life easier I am for it.

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