In a new study, emergency department (ED)clinicians expressed concerns about poor communication, resource shortages, and training gaps in ED boarding care, emphasizing the need for standardized care, proactive planning, and cultural changes, impacting both patient care and clinician well-being.
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A new Quick Safety advisory from The Joint Commission, “Organization-wide cybersecurity: Creating a culture of defense,” provides safety actions and resources to help healthcare organizations prepare for and repel a cybersecurity event.Read More
Joint Commission to Require Staff That Interact with Organizations to Be Fully Vaccinated by October 18
The Joint Commission announces that it will require all employees who travel to healthcare organizations for surveys, reviews, and other onsite activities to be fully vaccinated by October 18.Read More
The application period for the 2021 John M. Eisenberg Patient Safety and Quality Awards is open now through September 30.Read More
A new Quick Safety advisory from The Joint Commission addresses how hospitals can safely implement patient use of insulin pumps and continuous glucose monitoring systems for their hospitalized diabetic patients.Read More
The Bernard J. Tyson National Award for Excellence in Pursuit of Healthcare Equity, a new award program from The Joint Commission and Kaiser Permanente, is now accepting applications through July 8, 2021.Read More