the Office of the CMO want to hear from you! We are always looking
for new ways to innovate and enhance our patient safety practices,
maximize quality, and give our patients the best experience. Send
us your questions, ideas, or feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org. We may discuss it in
own blog: Although I'm the first to admit I don't get
overjoyed about going to another training session, I've gained
some valuable skills lately by attending some of these sessions,
and so have some of my colleagues: "My clinics today went like
a miracle using the strategies I got from the workshop [...] I got
done with clinic a full hour earlier than usual," and,
"Wish I had learned this years ago.”
read this important safety alert about reducing systemic
fluoroquinolone use in inpatients by 10 percent this year.
worth your time: 20 seconds to save lives.
is defined as the “degree of excellence” in what we do. Strive for
the highest degree.
diagnosis is often overlooked by providers when documenting,
especially in critical care areas. Learn more about the
characteristics that define comatose, documentation needs, and
of candidates for a Master of Health Administration from the UI
College of Public Health investigated a new quality management
system, using UI Hospitals and Clinics as a reference institution.
you rather talk than type? Our latest version of Dragon
speech-to-text software makes it easy–and more accurate than ever.
Dragon is also now available to all providers.
together to care for patients: See some tips on reducing repetition
and managing up.
training from our Office of the Patient Experience is one session I
discuss in my blog above. It is showing some really positive
results so far.
some comments from patient surveys about communication for involved
decision making, both positive and "missed the mark."
you enjoyed the new look of this month’s Quest newsletter. Be sure
to submit your questions, ideas, or feedback on any of these topics
to me at email@example.com.
Enjoy the rest of the long summer days.