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Sensmeier, Joyce Less
Nursing Management. 41():2-6, September 2010.
Healthcare reform and targeted IT regulations are rapidly progressing. Meaningful use of health IT, when combined with best practice and evidence-based care, can improve the health of all Americans.
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Murphy, Susan; Mensching, Laura
Murphy, Susan; Mensching, Laura Less
Nursing Management. 41():8,10,12, September 2010.
An automated scheduling solution enhanced one facility's five stars of performance excellence, promoting higher levels of employee engagement and care quality.
Gozdan, Mimi; Toohey, Jim
Gozdan, Mimi; Toohey, Jim Less
Nursing Management. 41():11-13, September 2010.
Follow how a consumer's choice organization retooled its medication administration process, moving it to the bedside by adding secure storage on every floor.
Federico, Frank Less
Nursing Management. 41():14-16, September 2010.
Recently, the Secretary of Health and Human Services clarified the objectives of patient safety legislation to include drug-drug and drug-allergy interaction checks and medication reconciliation between care settings. This is an opportunity to take advantage of technology to improve quality and reduce errors.