Patient Surges

Read: Study Finds Hospitals Often Miss Signs of Senior Abuse

Study Finds Hospitals Often Miss Signs of Senior Abuse

Missed diagnoses could take a huge toll with so many seniors making trips to hospitals each year.

N.Y. Hospital Uses Video Surveillance to Help Staff

The footage is evaluated in real time to improve staff performance.

Read: Assault of Healthcare Workers Becomes Felony in Utah

Assault of Healthcare Workers Becomes Felony in Utah

The new penalty for assaulting a healthcare professional is similar to the penalty for assaulting a police officer.

Suicide Rates Climb in U.S. Since 1999

The suicide rates increased for every age group under 75.

Read: Colorado Report Finds Increase in Hospital Visits from Marijuana Exposure

Colorado Report Finds Increase in Hospital Visits from Marijuana Exposure

The Department of Public Health’s report analyzed the effects of marijuana legalization in the state.

Read: Is Your Hospital Moving? Check Out These Effective Patient Transfer Techniques

Is Your Hospital Moving? Check Out These Effective Patient Transfer Techniques

Birmingham, Ala.’s Trinity Medical Center successfully and efficiently transferred all 97 of its patients to a new facility. Here are the best practices they adopted to make the complex move drama-free.

Read: National Forum Preview: Protecting Hospitals During Patient Surges and in Security-Sensitive Areas

National Forum Preview: Protecting Hospitals During Patient Surges and in Security-Sensitive Areas

Bryan Warren of Carolinas HealthCare will present in-depth training on securing high-risk hospital locations at the Campus Safety National Forum June 24.

Read: Is Nurse Bullying A Problem?

Is Nurse Bullying A Problem?

Nurse-on-nurse bullying may be more prevalent than people think and could have major consequences.

Read: Rely & Respond: An Emergency Surge Preparedness Partnership

Rely & Respond: An Emergency Surge Preparedness Partnership

Collaboration among St. Louis area hospitals and medical schools ensure they will be ready should a disaster strike.

Read: Boston Medical’s Family Center Helps Bombing Victims’ Loved Ones Cope

Boston Medical’s Family Center Helps Bombing Victims’ Loved Ones Cope

Shortly after the IEDs went off during April’s Boston Marathon bombing, hundreds of victims were treated by the city’s hospitals. Here’s how Boston Medical Center helped their families.

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