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Gundersen Health System has worked hard to close the loop in peer review to ensure that action plans and recommendations are being received and carried out. Learn more about their journey.
The nature of infectious diseases is changing - your infection prevention and control teams need to be changing, too.
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Healthcare is a prime example of a learning culture - and part of that supporting that culture is having tools to get to the bottom of learning opportunities.
The Joint Commission's announcement of new citations for poor hand hygiene brings hospital adherence to the practice under the spotlight.
Though it feels like 2018 has just started, we know that planning is well underway for programming for Patient Safety Awareness Week to get staff engaged with your patient safety priorities.
Physician burnout is a longstanding problem among hospital clinicians and as rates of burnout increase, healthcare organizations are critically evaluating the well-being of their staff.
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