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  • inpatient
  • Data were collected between January 2014 and March 2015, in three inpatient units of a teaching hospital in the south of Brazil, by means of photo walkabout and focus groups, in the qualitative step. (scielo.br)
  • Salem Hospital
  • Salem Hospital has numerous systems designed to achieve this kind of empowerment and to help new employees succeed in such an environment. (salemhospital.org)
  • For 10 years, Salem Hospital has required nurse preceptors to receive formal training with the goal of improving the nurse's experience as a preceptor. (salemhospital.org)
  • Based on feedback from preceptors and new nurses, Salem Hospital has refined its preceptor curriculum to better prepare nurses for the issues they frequently encounter and to develop the skills preceptors say they need. (salemhospital.org)
  • We're glad to play a part in helping Salem Hospital do this important work and that structural empowerment enables us to do so. (salemhospital.org)
  • Salem Hospital is implementing a Positive Patient Identification System for blood draws and -- eventually -- all specimen collection. (salemhospital.org)
  • At the August Breakfast with CEO, physicians asked questions regarding ED wait times, the Salem Hospital hospitalist program, the recruitment of a new Chief Medical Officer and the affiliation with OHSU. (salemhealth.org)
  • Protocols
  • Key strategies that might have been helpful in this case include using checklists for common emergency conditions (such as altered level of consciousness) and automated paging for "panic laboratory values," as well as instituting protocols for medication administration. (annals.org)
  • acute
  • The economic evaluation used original effect and cost data from prospective, controlled, before-and-after studies of medication systems implemented at a Danish hematological ward and an acute medical unit. (physiciansweekly.com)
  • healthcare
  • Quality and performance improvement initiatives are driving significant changes in the United States healthcare system. (nursingworld.org)
  • For example, consider the current industry focus on medication non-adherence-an avoidable problem that is connected to billions in healthcare costs annually due to poor outcomes and disease progression. (pharmaceuticalcommerce.com)
  • Providers
  • The authors introduce a number of new cognitive burdens that resulted and discuss how providers attempted to overcome these burdens within the framework of the new system. (ahrq.gov)