Risk Assessment

Measurement to generate success

Measurement to generate success

To ensure maximum efficiency, the "triple aim" measurement approach will deliver the highest quality of care by improving the patient experience with care delivery, the quality of care and reducing the per capita cost of healthcare.

After Ebola: Preparing for the next catastrophic pandemic

After Ebola: Preparing for the next catastrophic pandemic

The rapid spread of infectious disease through human populations across a large region is not a new problem. But unfortunately, planning for or contemplating the risks associated with pandemics often becomes forgotten after each crisis.

The psychology of falls in long-term care

The psychology of falls in long-term care

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According to the American Geriatrics Society, one in three adults over the age of 65 falls each year. Falls represent the leading cause of fatal and nonfatal injuries among older adults. You might be surprised to hear some of the contributing factors of falls and the psychology behind them. I also have advice on ways residents and staff can reduce the likelihood of falls.

Are risk management and corporate compliance necessary?

Are risk management and corporate compliance necessary?

Risk Management and Corporate Compliance are both integral components of effective administration and both are necessary within the healthcare setting.

Wounds happen

Wounds happen

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Providers with proactive approaches to catching wound development early find the most success. Foresight and diligence are needed to make it all work