Tag Archives for Hospitals

Some hospitals open ERs just for graying patients

Launching dedicated ERs for our Aging Population…is a perspicacious concept and, hopefully, a tipping point for the industry. Read More

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Less Chance of Catching an Infection in ICU If You Have Your Own Room

About 30% of ICU patients acquire infections that drive up morbidity and mortality, and cost hospitals lots of money. In a recent study, single-bed rooms when compared to multi-bed rooms resulted in better infection control. On their own, patients were less likely…

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Looking for the Creative in Health Care

All of us involved in Health Care are well aware of the import of medication adherence on the part of our patients. Indeed, much of our newest regulations promulgated by plans to mitigate precipitous readmittance to hospitals involves strategies to…

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“Did You Say The Opening’s In The BACK?”

Love it when the  different passions of my life converge and… beg for a creative solution. Fashion, the Health Care Universe and Marketing all came together in Lucette Lagnado’s article in The Wall St. Journal. So Doctors and Hospitals still…

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Pathogen Alert

by Staff Clostridium difficile. The name might be unfamiliar, but the pathogen is on the rise. There has been a sharp increase in the prevalence of C. diff in hospitals around the country, according to a survey taken in 648…

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