The World Health Organization has recently defined burnout as an official medical diagnosis.
The most successful hospitals not only focus on patient safety and positive outcomes, they also create a collective winning mindset within the organization.
Research shows many healthcare professionals unprepared for conducting screening and brief interventions
Two million providers say they don’t have the resources to achieve zero harm
“Even the best efforts have not completely eradicated diversion,” says Robert Campbell, PharmD, is the director of Medication Management at The Joint Commission.
Caregivers should tailor their processes to account for the stress and fear many victims of abuse and human trafficking feel when brought into the medical environment.
Reported cases of Lyme disease have tripled since the late 1990s as the tick population has swelled
A new study claims that healthcare organizations can reduce healthcare–associated infections (HAI) by more than half, simply by upping their game on infection control practices.
The CDC clarification says that physicians are encouraged to use their best judgment when prescribing opioids.
Know the rules around patients and staff using marijuana