- Tinker Ready, October 5, 2017
In the absence of adequate published guidance, Iowa researchers produce a five-tiered classification of procedures, encompassing "clean, aseptic, sterile-superficial, sterile-invasive," and "surgical-like procedures."
- John Commins, August 14, 2017
The widely used biomarker contributes to the hundreds of millions of dollars spent annually on cardiac care, but adds no value in evaluating patients with suspected acute coronary syndrome, researchers say.
- Tinker Ready, August 10, 2017
No one knows for sure how long a patient should take an antibiotic, new research suggests.
- Tinker Ready, September 26, 2017
The relationship between transitions of care and medical errors is so clear, that leadership teams should be aware of what's required to protect patient safety.
- Tinker Ready, September 14, 2017
Data is thin, but the search is on for the best ways to measure the quality of healthcare that is being delivered via telehealth to remote patients.