A 2016 study of legal claims against hospitalists cited “the speed that diagnostic studies are ordered and performed” as one of the major factors leading to delayed diagnoses to the detriment of the patient’s health.
In this podcast Mark Graban, consultant, author and publisher of the popular website leanblog.org, helps us understand what the heck is Lean, and why hospitals, caregivers, and patients should care.
In this podcast, The Nerdy Nurse shares more about how the lessons of Toyota's efficient production model can make life healthier and happier for patients and nurses alike.
As a child life specialist for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Kristin Kirby is definitely someone Who Cares passionately about making the healing process for children and their families as positive as possible.
There are several key tools and disciplines unit care teams can adopt that dramatically improve consistent delivery of quality care, with resulting benefits in efficiency and patient satisfaction
We think a lot about milestones in healthcare. The major milestones now are the shift from volume- to value-based care and the evolution to community health management. These healthcare milestones change everything about the way hospitals operate, provide care and succeed financially. So how do hospitals thrive in this evolution?
Hospital administrators are finding that true continuous quality improvement (CQI) requires a radical change in thinking.