Patient Safety

Read: Former Nursing Assistant Receives Life Sentence for Killing 7 Veterans

Former Nursing Assistant Receives Life Sentence for Killing 7 Veterans

The former nursing assistant admitted to intentionally injecting seven elderly men with insulin they didn’t need, causing their blood sugar to plummet.

Read: Providence Mission Hospital to Enhance Security After Carjacking

Providence Mission Hospital to Enhance Security After Carjacking

The 77-year-old victim has advocated for additional security cameras after she was carjacked and injured in a hospital parking lot.

Read: USC Agrees to $852 Million Settlement with Sex Abuse Victims

USC Agrees to $852 Million Settlement with Sex Abuse Victims

In total, USC has agreed to pay $1.1 billion to the more than 700 women who say they were sexually abused by former student health center gynecologist George Tyndall.

Read: Canadian Senior Living Facility Pilots NFC, BLE Solution for Contact Tracing

Canadian Senior Living Facility Pilots NFC, BLE Solution for Contact Tracing

The NFC and BLE technology being piloted is assisting with contact tracing for COVID-19 but can also be applied in other ways to senior living facilities.

Read: Cuomo Responds to Accusations of Underreported Nursing Home COVID Deaths

Cuomo Responds to Accusations of Underreported Nursing Home COVID Deaths

In leaked audio from a private conference call, Cuomo’s top aide admitted the administration withheld data on nursing home deaths for months.

Read: Protest Demanding Patient Release Triggers Lockdown at Legacy Salmon Creek

Protest Demanding Patient Release Triggers Lockdown at Legacy Salmon Creek

The protesters, some of whom were armed, claimed the patient was being held against her will because she refused to submit a COVID-19 test.

Read: Zebra Technologies Debuts Enterprise Mobile Computer Series

Zebra Technologies Debuts Enterprise Mobile Computer Series

The EC5x can be used in healthcare to optimize a wide variety of tasks, including patient transport, staff collaboration and housekeeping.

Read: Wisconsin Pharmacist Who Deliberately Sabotaged Vaccines Will Plead Guilty

Wisconsin Pharmacist Who Deliberately Sabotaged Vaccines Will Plead Guilty

The pharmacist allegedly admitted to removing 57 vials from refrigeration — each of which contained 10 doses of the coronavirus vaccine.

Read: How Fist-Forward Temperature Scanning Can Protect Your Campus

How Fist-Forward Temperature Scanning Can Protect Your Campus

Studies have found that the fist/wrist is one of the most reliable areas for temperature scanning.

Read: Doctors, Patients Locked Out of Heights Hospital After Tenant Fails to Pay Rent

Doctors, Patients Locked Out of Heights Hospital After Tenant Fails to Pay Rent

One physician treated patients for wound care in the parking lot but was unable to get any other equipment from inside to treat others.

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