to hear from you! We are always looking for new ways to innovate
and enhance our patient safety, quality, and experience practices.
Send us your questions, ideas, or feedback to email@example.com.
patient is found unresponsive for an unknown reason, consider the
possibility of self-administered opioid overdose. Consider
administering naloxone (Narcan), found in all emergency drug trays
and can be overridden in the McKesson drug dispensers.
now a faster, easier process for any UI employee or volunteer with
a sharps injury or blood/body fluid exposure. Simply dial “STICK” or
7-8425 (319-467-8425) to connect with an RN 24/7 who will guide you
through the expedited process.
worth your time: 20 seconds to save lives.
principal and secondary diagnosis throughout an inpatient medical
record should include POA status, for any provider to use who is
involved in the care and treatment during the inpatient stay.
patients bring visitors with them to their appointment, obtain
consent from the patient to discuss care in front of the
visitor. Ask the patient to sign a Release of
Information, or document verbal consent.
Interim Simulation Facility is now open, expanding the existing
space and resources for interprofessional simulation education in a
variety of hospital environments.
further align programs that support the patient and family
experience, Guest Services has transitioned from Support Services
and become a division of the Office of the Patient Experience.
take a moment to read these comments about listening and put
yourself in these patients’ shoes, from "made me feel like he
was truly listening to me" to "He didn’t listen to me and
I don’t think he listens to his nurses either."
Patient Education Program has been working with several departments
to standardize their departmental education for patients. Visit the
Patient Education SharePoint site to view and print handouts, and
learn how you can work with the Patient Education Program.