everyone had a safe and happy Fourth of July. Continue to send us
ideas to enhance our own safety practices at UI Hospitals and
Clinics to email@example.com.
review these reminders regarding the emergency release of blood
products: The process requires communication among the provider,
the nurse, and the blood bank.
Hand hygiene adherence
worth your time: 20 seconds to save lives.
documentation of daily progress notes, remember that every order
written usually has a corresponding diagnosis.
Onboarding can be
new to UI Hospitals and Clinics? Make sure you complete your HIPAA
compliances and review our policies regarding patient
privacy. For questions or training requests, call the Joint
Office for Compliance at 319-384-8282.
years the inpatient PT group met each morning to discuss how to
cover absences. As inpatient hospital census steadily increased and
therapist time and resources declined, it was clear that something
needed to change.
how safety, quality, and connection come together to help build the
real Iowa experience on Oct. 10 or 11 at the Graduate Hotel in Iowa
"The best thing was the physician’s respect of my
dignity" to “Can’t make decisions if no one tells you