Posts about Acute Care
How Provider Stress Affects Patient Safety
The healthcare industry can be stressful for everyone involved, with clinicians sometimes suffering greatly from the workload, time demands, bureaucracy, and the emotional nature of their work.
Take Two: A Nurse’s and Physician’s Perspectives on Getting Docs to Buy-In
To truly impact patient safety through large-scale change, physician support and adoption is usually a good place to start.
Let’s Talk: Q&A Highlights from OB Panel on New Maternal Safety Standards
Highlights from our Q&A session titled, “July 2020 New Joint Commission Maternal Safety Standards: How Prepared Are You?."
5 Ways Healthcare Workers Can Manage Holiday Stress
While the holiday season can be an opportunity to spend time with family and recharge our batteries, healthcare is one of the few industries exempt from downtime during the winter months.
Seven Smart Compliance Tips To Address Risk Management Issues
Maintaining regulatory compliance processes can be complex. Here are seven simple steps you can take to help your compliance efforts run smoothly.
Can You Show the Impact of Your Professional Development Program? Most Can’t.
To ensure the success of professional development programs, leaders need to be able to demonstrate the ROI and value of their programs to key stakeholders.
New 2020 Maternal Mortality Framework & Standards
Effective July 2020, Joint Commission-accredited hospitals must prove they meet new requirements for quality of care in maternal health. Are you prepared?
Article Review: An Alternative Approach to Remediation Implemented by the Texas Board of Nursing
Personalized nurse remediation plans dramatically decrease the time needed to get a nurse back to safe independent practice compared to traditional remediation.
Is High Reliability Here to Stay? Why It’s a “Yes”
High reliability is the foundational core tenet of healthcare from the Hippocratic Oath to nearly every hospitals’ mission statement in one phrase or another.
The Enemy of Quality: 3 Simple Steps to Reduce Clinical Variation
To identify opportunities in clinical variation, organizations can work towards taking these 3 simple steps to reduce clinical variation.
Where You Need to Focus Risk Management Efforts
In any organization, risk management is necessary—however, risk management within the healthcare industry takes on a whole new meaning.
The Two Types of Nurse Managers and the One to Strive For
Throughout your career, you've probably witnessed a distinct difference in nurse management styles. Discover what the two types of nurse managers are.
Experienced Meets New: 7 Strategies to Support New Nurses
In a nursing culture with a clear divide between experienced and novice nurses, veteran nurses can follow these strategies to support new nurses.
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