Care is too fragmented.
Hospital teamwork has gaps. Bridge the gaps with SIBR Rounds .

SIBR is the leading model of interdisciplinary bedside rounds – backed by 15 studies and implementation lessons from 80+ hospitals

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Structured

6-step communication protocol to create a shared mental model of who says what, when, and in what sequence at the bedside.

Interdisciplinary

Teamwork model with role clarity for the bedside nurse, physician, and any available allied health professionals.

Bedside

Patient-centered communication to synthesize mutually supported plans of care and discharge.

Rounds

Efficient: 3-5 minutes per patient, -12 patients in a mid-morning SIBR hour for 1 physician team.

Achievable Unit-Level Outcomes

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Methodology

What We Do (For You)

Our experts lay the groundwork, shoulder-to-shoulder, to help win hearts and minds before Day 1.

Our time-efficient learning is thoughtfully customized for each discipline and supported by popular job aids and tools.

We’ve spent a decade refining our project methodology to help solve  all the common pitfalls you’ll encounter.

With a mix of gentle leadership and clever software, our experts help each unit hardwire daily routines that last

“Broad spectrum anti-chaos.”

25 Different Outcomes Improved

Most PI interventions improve one or two outcomes. SIBR has shown results across 25 different outcomes.

Choose a category to learn more:

High-Performance teamwork

9 Advanced Team Skills that SIBR brings to your Units

Resilience

The dynamic ability to recognize and respond to complications early

Standardization

Hardwiring evidence-based clinical practice to reduce unnecessary variation and improve predictability and quality

Shared Mental Models

A common understanding of the roles & responsibilities within a team

Common Ground

Team situational awareness where members share knowledge to coordinate interdependent tasks efficiently

High Reliability

Delivering the right care to the right patient at the right time every time

Sense-Making

High comprehension of information exchange because listeners receive the same data elements in the same sequence every time

Collaborative Cross-Checking

Exchanging perspectives for information accuracy

Orchestration

A collective competence where team members actively notice team effectiveness and interact dynamically to optimize

Situational Awareness

Perceiving data, comprehending its significance, and projecting potential future states

A Deeper Dive

Who We Serve

A Closer Look At:

SIBR + Physicians

“I was skeptical at first — I’ve done interdisciplinary rounds and it wasn’t a great use of time — but I’m a believer now. SIBR is so quick and efficient, the patients love it, and it makes my whole rest of my day much more streamlined with substantially fewer interruptions.”

– Hospitalist

A Closer Look At:

SIBR + Nurses

“I don’t know how … we haven’t done this yet. It just makes sense. It makes sense for patient safety, and for patient advocacy. Just to have the physician there and support me as nurse, and know that he or she has my back and I can communicate face-to-face with that physician. That’s very important to patient safety.”

– Bedside Nurse

A Closer Look At:

SIBR + Care Managers

“We’ve been teaching the same way for 50 years, but with this care model we now teach delivery of care. This is exactly where healthcare is heading. Staff and trainees today need to understand that prescribing a therapy is the easy part. The hard part is getting a huge, complicated system to deliver that therapy to the right patient at the right time, while being alert enough to recognize-and-respond when therapy fails or patients drift off course. Traditional hospital care does none of that. But this care model does. This is the future. This is the ‘new way’ and the ‘old way’ just looks crude and unacceptable by comparison.”

– Bedside Nurse

A Closer Look At:

SIBR + Pharmacists

“I believe that pharmacists should see this because it’s a real eye opener in my opinion. It’s the way pharmacy should be done in a hospital and not working in isolation, making your solutions and figuring out problems that don’t actually even exist, right? Highlight of my career!”

– Pharmacist

A Closer Look At:

SIBR + Patients

“The changes on the Unit have made my recent stay very different to my previous ones. I feel listened to. I feel like my needs are being met quickly. And I like the daily rounds where I see my doctor and my nurse.”

– Patient (cancer care)

Resource Catalogue

Learning Center

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ACU & SIBR On-Demand Webinar


Learn about the 4 features of an Accountable Care Unit, the 6-step SIBR communication protocol, and other key concepts that make the ACU care model and SIBR rounds so successful.

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