Posts about Acute Care
Labor and Delivery’s New “Push” for Personalized Care
Perhaps more than any other area of healthcare, labor and delivery is making strides in personalized care as expecting persons are letting their voices be heard.
February is All About the Heart
The good news is healthcare professionals now have more tools than ever to help make a difference in awareness, management, and treatment for heart health.
What is Important to a Millennial Nurse?
As much as it pains me to say, I am a millennial. I’d like to think of myself as more, ....
3 Hours: The Short Window of Time to Identify Sepsis
A new mother’s experience with sepsis...That night she woke with shakes in a cold sweat, a fever that had risen to 104 degrees. Something was wrong. An ambulance was called.
Getting the Most Out of Annual Mandatory Training
Here are four ways leaders can get the most out of annual training and make the process more meaningful for staff.
Why Everyone Should Care About Palliative Care
In years past, the term “palliative care” wasn’t heard very often in most healthcare settings.That’s all changing, thanks in part to the new edition of the National Consensus Project Guidelines.
10 Strategies to Eliminate Healthcare-Associated Infections
Every year, more than 35 million people in the United States go to hospitals to get better. Per the CDC,, ....
National Consensus Project’s New Clinical Practice Guidelines and Their Impact on Providers
The new edition of the guidelines seeks to ensure that the millions of people living with serious illness have access to quality palliative care.
4 Steps to Successfully Reducing Clinical Variation
Working with leading healthcare organizations has led our team to identify a framework for success in efforts to reduce variation in care.
Supporting Appropriate Opioid Prescribing
When process, incentives and legislation are aligned, prescribers make the best choice, and better outcomes result for all the patients we serve.
Empowering vs. Opposing Tech for Providers
Technological innovations have brought significant gains to healthcare – and few patients or providers would roll the scroll back to 1999.
Owning Your Healthcare Performance Data
As healthcare shifts to value-based purchasing, there are a few strategies that organizations and leaders can use to reduce the burden on providers.
Heroin Alert: A 3-Part Response
People addicted to prescription pain medications often switch to heroin because it offers a similar high, doesn’t require a prescription, and is cheaper to buy.
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