Once the pandemic hit, patients might be admitted in one hospital and have their vital information recorded, only to be transported across town once they were diagnosed with COVID-19.
Physicians are becoming more collaborative, both with their peers in these growing practices as well as with colleagues across other areas of care.
Building clinician awareness of potential cyberattacks on medical devices could save patient lives.
Here's how healthcare providers can work with private patient care advocates to improve patient care and outcomes
Nurses must create a culture that encourages family caregivers to speak up about patient safety issues.
By tackling small problems first, healthcare organizations can create a problem-solving culture that leads to continuous improvement.
More hospitals and health systems are creating second victim support programs to help clinicians cope after adverse events.