Details are hard to remember. Written during treatment, your notes are more likely to be accurate and complete. If you wait until later, you'll be less likely to remember the encounter.
2. Workload Management
All too often, clinicians find themselves with backlogs of notes to complete. You end up working late or on weekends... And stressed-out. It's much better to get your documentation is done as you go.
3. It Saves Time
Writing disorganized notes during patient contact times means you must organize them later. It's better to get them done at once. Especially with tighter time constraints for productivity metrics, it's important to optimize your routine and your efficiency.
4. It Protects You and Your License
Documentation is demanded by regulatory requirements and often for institutional reimbursements. Good documentation helps keep you out of trouble.
5. It's Part of the Process
Documentation is part of the nursing process. Though it is no longer dogma that if it wasn't documented, it wasn't done, much nursing documentation is not optional. We spend as much time in front of the computer as in front of the patient. NurseAssess can help keep that under control.