Tag Archives: Room Service

A Growing Body of Research Shows Meal Ordering Technology Improves Patient Intake

Three recently-published studies provide further evidence of the benefits achievable when hospitals employ technology in patient food service. CBORD innovations such as Room Service Choice and the CBORD Patient app are expected to play a larger role as hospitals begin to rethink how they receive and deliver patient meal orders. It is now becoming evident

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To the Point | Room Service Choice

There are many flavors of Room Service, all of which can boost patient satisfaction and wellness. Foodservice Directors choose the functionality that best fits their organizations, based on their unique needs. A recent study in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics confirms the room service model of patient food service improves nutritional

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Room Service Study is Great News for Dietitians and Patients

Sally McCray, Director of Nutrition and Dietetics at Mater Group Brisbane, shares her excitement at the publication of the study she co-authored, Room Service Improves Nutritional Intake and Increases Patient Satisfaction While Decreasing Food Waste and Cost. Who wouldn’t be excited by those results? When hospitals switch to room service, patient intake goes up and

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Room Service Improves Nutritional Intake by 17%, Study Confirms

The Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics has published the first-ever comprehensive peer-reviewed study confirming the room service model of patient food service improves nutritional intake. This research, conducted at the Mater Hospitals in Brisbane, Australia, also confirms room service boosts patient satisfaction scores while reducing plate waste and meal costs. The study

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Academic Study Confirms Room Service Improves Intake by 17%

The Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics has published the first-ever comprehensive peer-reviewed study confirming the room service model of patient food service improves nutritional intake 17%. This research, conducted at the Mater Hospitals in Brisbane, Australia, also shows room service boosts patient satisfaction scores while reducing plate waste and meal costs. The

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CBORD by the Numbers: Room Service Yields Impressive Results

The Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics has published the first-ever comprehensive peer-reviewed study confirming the room service model of patient food service improves nutritional intake. This research, conducted at the Mater Hospitals in Brisbane, Australia, also confirms room service boosts patient satisfaction scores while reducing plate waste and meal costs. How will

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Mater Hospital Brisbane’s Room Service Boosts Patient Nutrition and Reduces Plate Waste

Australia’s first hotel-style hospital room service in a public hospital has succeeded in reducing plate waste by 17 percent, according to a recent press release from Mater Hospital Brisbane. Mater Private Hospital Brisbane piloted patient room service in 2013, employing CBORD's Nutrition Service Suite® with Room Service Choice® for better management of special patient diets,

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To the Point | Room Service Concero

Room Service Concero connects your Room Service Choice software to your hospital's in-room entertainment devices to empower your patients and improve satisfaction.

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Room Service Concero 101: Empowering Patients

Room Service Concero® is an integration tool allowing you to connect your interactive patient-care system to the Room Service Choice® system. Whether it's a touch-screen bedside computer, tablet, or the room's television, Room Service Concero gives you the tools to connect your patient meal ordering system directly to the patient. The integration is made through

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CBORD Visionary Award: Mater Private Hospital Brisbane

Putting patients first requires more than world-class clinical care, so Mater Private Hospital Brisbane had the idea to take quantifiable data to demonstrate how Room Service Choice® would elevate the patient experience and nutritional intake, while minimizing cost, plate waste, and patient risk.

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