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Hospital Safety Insider, March 22, 2012

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Interesting development on the survey front in the last couple of weeks. I’m not at all sure what it means, but I thought I would share it with you all, make of it what you will.

During a recent survey in the Sunshine State, a hospital was cited for not having the “recommended (maximum) rotor circumference signage on the pad nor the other recommended signs that are recommended by the FAA” (signs such as “MRI in use,” etc.). Now we could certainly have a good time parsing the whole “recommended signs that are recommended” phraseology, but I keep coming back to that word “recommended.”   How far do we have to go to ensure that we have somehow accounted for every recommendation for every possible risk that we might encounter?

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