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By Carol Ebert, RN, BSN, MA, CHES, CWP Are you experiencing headaches due
JULY 16, 2015
If your hospital is like most in the U.S., you've taken the lessons learned since last year's Ebo
OCTOBER 8, 2015
By Jack O’Brien About a quarter of hospitals have access to telest
JUNE 4, 2020
Our expert answers your questions about CMS’ newly adopted rule and what you need to know
FEBRUARY 16, 2017
SNF therapy contracts: Your risks and what you need to know Q&A
AUGUST 1, 2015
Some words of advice about conducting risk assessments at your facility Editor&rsqu
SEPTEMBER 28, 2017
There's been much ado about The Joint Commission's new scoring system, the Survey Analysis for Ev
MARCH 26, 2014
JUSTCODING
In the chaos of the emergency department (ED), it’s easy to miss something you’re not
OCTOBER 1, 2018
In the chaos of the emergency department (ED), it’s easy to miss something you’re not
What is big data? It's a way of saying there's a lot of information staring you and your o
You don't know what you don't know until you know it. That's the lesson leaders at
FEBRUARY 16, 2017
HCPro is constantly striving to provide you the tools and information to make your job easier an
JANUARY 20, 2017
Up to one in five people who die by suicide visit an ED in the four weeks prior to their death. A
NOVEMBER 1, 2018
First off, a quick word for those of you with responsibilities relating to hyperbaric oxygen cham
NOVEMBER 30, 2017
June is the month to celebrate a safe workplace; we’ll show you how to do it If y
It's been said that you can't manage what you can't measure. Therefore, time managemen
Privacy Policy synopsis.
SEPTEMBER 4, 2008
Look at any hospital ranking system and you’ll see the same headlines: “Best hospital
FEBRUARY 1, 2014
I think that just about everyone in the safety community has experienced some level of pushback w
MARCH 24, 2016
By Carol Ebert, RN, BSN, MA, CHES, CWP I thought being in the retirement
DECEMBER 17, 2015
'I was frustrated that we haven't been moving the needle much on compliance with these critical
JANUARY 1, 2018
If you're like most, and hopefully, all hospital safety professionals, you spend most of your car
MAY 19, 2016
By Joan Monchak Lorenz, MSN, RN, PMHCNS-BC Using Freudian concepts to und
JANUARY 25, 2018
Once again, it's time to ask your opinion about books we at the Safety group at HCPro are working
MARCH 3, 2016
This tool for reflection can help you learn from mistakes and guide your thoughts toward positive
APRIL 20, 2017
Dear readers, We’re still looking for individuals to share their thoughts a
MAY 20, 2016
Just when you thought you had your suicide prevention safeguards in place, things are about to ch
MARCH 1, 2018
Lab safety thoughts on time travel, PPE, and misplaced food Editor’s note: In
SEPTEMBER 14, 2017
ACDIS is exploring opportunities to develop additional CCDS exam preparation resources. You may
It's December. And that means gift-giving. What should you want for presents this
… and those to be worried about BY JOHN PALMER Workers
NOVEMBER 17, 2019
If you've served as a hospital safety official for any length of time, you know about the require
SEPTEMBER 10, 2015
October is here, and it's that time when you should be raising awareness about fire safety in the
OCTOBER 6, 2016
What is RSS synopsis
SEPTEMBER 4, 2008
Communication is the establishment of a relationship where one person’s actions, thoughts,
JUNE 17, 2020
A discussion about fire attention and prevention October was Fire
NOVEMBER 3, 2016
To communicate well, you need to start with learning to listen. First, prepare the environment:
Terms of use synopsis
SEPTEMBER 4, 2008
The following is an excerpt from Stressed Out About Difficult Patients By Joa
JANUARY 18, 2018
How will the CMS adoption of the 2012 editions of NFPA 101 and NFPA 99 affect you? 
AUGUST 31, 2017
Thirty-four percent of rural hospitals and 32% of urban hospitals had at least one telehealth ap
Highlight the ZIP codes where employees live so you can have a handy reference of staff availabil
Have you thought about the changes to RAPs and the new Notice of Admission requirement fi
by Josh Poltilove A QAPI Land board game. Guidance about five-star ratings posted
Ready for November’s deadlines? Joint Commission experts tell you how you might not be.
JULY 27, 2017
I know some folks use the fiscal year (or as one boss a long time ago used to say, the physical y
NOVEMBER 29, 2018
Research casting new light as surgeons grapple with OR attire guidelines. If you though
'I was frustrated that we haven't been moving the needle much on compliance with these critical
NOVEMBER 1, 2017
by A.J. Plunkett (aplunkett@decisionhealth.com) Whether you are planning
MAY 13, 2021
As if the healthcare world needed anything else to worry about when it comes to disinfection, a s
JUNE 15, 2017
Experts say you should start practicing now on the local level A new standard under dev
SEPTEMBER 7, 2017
by: Megan Pielmeier By using a sign campaign in patient homes, one Ohio agency w
Build off any protocols you already have for handling extra-busy days at your emergency departmen
FEBRUARY 6, 2020
You arrive to work at 6:30 a.m. and find a night-shift nurse crying outside your office door. Bet
SEPTEMBER 18, 2019
by Brian Ward Teaching a hands-on process using virtual reality (VR) may
SEPTEMBER 17, 2020
Our expert answers your questions about CMS' newly adopted rule and what you need to k
NOVEMBER 10, 2016
Apparently, The Joint Commission thought that hospitals haven’t gotten the message about li
JULY 1, 2019
Q: When would we use codes from ICD-10-CM category E13 (other specified diabetes mellit
JANUARY 21, 2015
JUSTCODING
Hoping to stop the “I’m the physician, you’re not” mentality, the Univers
MARCH 2, 2018
Research casting new light as surgeons grapple with OR attire guidelines If you thought
SEPTEMBER 14, 2017
Sustainable practices are not only a way to save the planet, but a way to cut down on violations
NOVEMBER 1, 2016
While many people thought, or hoped, that ICD-10 would be delayed again, experts say it’s r
SEPTEMBER 1, 2015
As a safety professional in a hospital, you've undoubtedly thought about fire and explosion safet
MARCH 26, 2015
By Jennifer Thew, RN "The 30,000-foot view" is a popular phrase used to encoura
OCTOBER 4, 2018
Highlight the ZIP codes where employees live so you can have a handy reference of staff availabil
NOVEMBER 1, 2018
Written by Gregory Nicholas, managing partner of about-us/
JANUARY 12, 2018
A lot of people still have questions about the 2-midnight rule and may wonder if their chosen pra
OCTOBER 6, 2015
We just started a new year, and like us all, you probably want to start fresh and improve your st
JANUARY 7, 2016
If you’re in charge of emergency management at your facility, you’ve probably done a
MARCH 5, 2015
SEPTEMBER 24, 2014
JUSTCODING
Highlight the zip codes where employees live so you can have a handy reference of where staff is
SEPTEMBER 18, 2018
For many people, regardless of career, the thought of professional writing or public speaking can
SEPTEMBER 19, 2019
And just when you thought you'd opened up all the presents under the tree, you see one way in the
JULY 23, 2015
Feedback from safety professionals is essential to our work at HCPro, so we invite you to take a
MARCH 2, 2017
 If you're a safety professional in a facility that conducts procedures using GI scopes, you
AUGUST 27, 2015
Smoke barrier doors: Fire-rated? Our life safety expert tells you
NOVEMBER 30, 2016
DECEMBER 16, 2015
JUSTCODING
There’s been a lot of talk lately about ligature and suicide prevention in hospitals, espec
JANUARY 1, 2019
There’s been a lot of talk lately about ligature and suicide prevention in hospitals, espec
FEBRUARY 1, 2019
While many nurses know about compassion fatigue, they might not know exactly what it is, why it h
JUNE 15, 2017
If you hear yourself saying this … replace it with this …
MARCH 20, 2015
National and international medical congresses encourage attendees to “tweet” about th
Q: Can you tell me whether there is a resource that lists documents and required retentio
Highlight the zip codes where employees live so you can have a handy reference of where staff is
NOVEMBER 1, 2018
Highlight the zip codes where employees live so you can have a handy reference of where staff is
NOVEMBER 1, 2018
Are you in compliance with OSHA’s chemical labeling standard? Editor’s
FEBRUARY 16, 2017
HCPro Inc., a leader in healthcare education and training, announces its popular four-day boot ca
SEPTEMBER 10, 2010
Despite the hype, residents don’t find iPads especially useful. Residents at
NOVEMBER 22, 2013
We at HCPro are discussing the possibility of hosting a special webcast about infection control &
OCTOBER 15, 2014
As you know, there are only a few weeks left before the end of 2019 and the start of a new decade
DECEMBER 26, 2019
It's hard to believe it, but it's been just over a year since Ebola showed you exactly how ready
FEBRUARY 25, 2016
It's hard to believe it, but it's been just over a year since Ebola showed you exactly how ready
FEBRUARY 18, 2016
It's hard to believe it, but it's been just over a year since Ebola showed you exactly how ready
FEBRUARY 25, 2016
Dear readers, We’re still accepting your feedback about the Clinical Learni
AUGUST 19, 2016
Encouraging patients to speak up about problems that occur during hospitalizations can improve
MARCH 22, 2019
Can technology help you communicate more effectively with patients? It has great potential to hel
JANUARY 27, 2015
When you are confronted with seasoned nurses who are unable to meet your expectations, consider t
New studies show overlapping surgery isn’t as risky (or as time saving) as once thought
MARCH 1, 2018
Apparently, The Joint Commission (TJC) thought that hospitals haven’t gotten the message ab
JULY 1, 2019
It is interesting to note how often the term “intervention” is used when developing c
I thought about work while I was on vacation last week: I wondered, “When CRC readers get
Dear readers, I want to let you know about two upcoming events. First, HCPro will
AUGUST 21, 2015
By Carol Ebert, RN, BSN, MA, CHES, CWP If you are about to retire or are
MAY 7, 2015
by Marla Durben Hirsch If you haven’t suffered a breach of patient protect
SEPTEMBER 3, 2014
JUSTCODING
Most medical students use EHRs to track former patients, according to a study published in JA
JULY 29, 2016
They say you can't construct a strong building without a solid foundation, and to do that, you ne
APRIL 7, 2016
by Brian Ward Do providers need to know if their patients use cannabis?
Keeping track of resident attendance at didactic conferences used to be a nightmare for
DECEMBER 21, 2018
Healthcare-associated infections have been getting attention for some time now, and you've likely
Q: The [HCPro OSHA] manual says that the eyewash station must be plumbed, but that you ca
SEPTEMBER 22, 2015
OCTOBER 7, 2015
Written by Jennifer Thew, RN "So you used to be a nurse?" I can't tell
MAY 19, 2016
You say that your agency just learned that according to the revised CoPs, in rehabilitation thera
How Palomar Health reduced nuisance IV alarms People can grow used to a
At HCPro's Accreditation Specialist Boot Camp, we continue to receive questions about standing or
First off, thoughts and prayers going out to the embattled folks in Texas; I do a fair amount of
AUGUST 31, 2017
CMS has clarified some points related to homebound status and telehealth use to help home health
Last summer, we asked you to join our Nursing Book Review Group and the response was overwhelming
MARCH 10, 2016
Last summer, we asked you to join our Nursing Book Review Group and the response was overwhelmin
MARCH 17, 2016
by Annmarie Sarsfield Edwards Set goals and objectives for the use of Facebook a
Promoting a medical practice used to be a matter of posting an ad in the Yellow Pages®
by Josh Poltilove and Megan Batty If you’re commonly assigning codes N39.0
Healthcare workers know to keep both hands clean. What about ‘the third hand’?
NOVEMBER 1, 2017
There are many ways to teach home health aides the skills they need, whether through a written bo
Q: The company I work for has long debated what to do about medical records that are sent
  To start, you don't just follow the Yellow Brick Road. That only works in Kansas
Holding a well-conducted drill (and using multiple types of drills) can bring you lots of good da
APRIL 28, 2016
The hazards associated with lab equipment can last well past their useful life span
Healthcare workers know to keep both hands clean. What about ‘the third hand’?
SEPTEMBER 28, 2017
  Dear readers,   I’m sure you’re all bus
DECEMBER 12, 2014
 by Shelley Cohen, RN, MSN, CEN You excitedly await the arrival of y
OCTOBER 27, 2016
If you work in a Joint Commission-accredited facility, there's no doubt you try to impress Joint
NOVEMBER 5, 2015
Just when you thought you were getting the hang of OSHA’s complicated injury and illness re
JUNE 1, 2019
Just when you thought you were getting the hang of OSHA’s complicated injury and illness re
Hemodialysis is one of four areas The Joint Commission (TJC) says it’s
Start off on the right foot with your program director by learning about him or her. If you have
NOVEMBER 8, 2013
Becoming a manager for the first time can be an overwhelming experience. You will need a whole ne
NOVEMBER 11, 2019
You might think you have the most well put-together life safety compliance program, but the minut
JULY 28, 2016
Succeeding as a manager/director requires more than just knowing the ins and outs of GME. You mus
JANUARY 14, 2020
Concerns about affecting interpersonal relationships can keep residents from providing accurate a
JUNE 26, 2015
By Jennifer Thew, RN Nursing is about identifying problems and creating i
NOVEMBER 4, 2019
The House Ways and Means Committee recently
It’s the New Year, and like us all, you probably want to start fresh and improve your staff
When should you give a prescription to a patient? Prescription drug abuse has been on the
FEBRUARY 23, 2016
Dear readers, As 2015 draws to a close, let me know what you thought were the big
DECEMBER 31, 2015
We've finally made it to 2021! What are you looking forward to this year? What are your personal
JANUARY 8, 2021
“The whole idea is of being present in the task you are in, the relationship you are in, b
JANUARY 7, 2016
Q: We see a lot of diabetes diagnoses at our facility, but are confused about when we m
Thirty-four percent of medical residents are concerned about paying off their medical school debt
MARCH 24, 2017
by Megan Herr Coders may soon have a way to specifically capture deep tissue inj
By Christopher Cheney A Denver-based health system has used remote monit
OCTOBER 1, 2020
HIPAA: Top tips for getting what you need to know, without giving away what you sho
JANUARY 1, 2015
To reduce the spread of COVID-19, agency managers are looking into alternative ways for clinician
In 2017, a Missouri hospital found out the hard way that when not addressed quickly, restraint a
The way Texas and Florida agencies react-ed to the recent catastrophic hurricanes should serve as
Seattle Children’s Hospital shut down four of its 14 operating rooms (OR) this week after m
MAY 23, 2019
The 2017 Residency Coordinator Salary Survey is now closed but there are still ways you can cont
JULY 7, 2017
If you started humming the Jackson 5 song "ABC" after reading the headline, that
MARCH 19, 2014
JUSTCODING
Without Congressional action earlier this year, U.S. coders would now be using ICD-10-CM codes to
OCTOBER 8, 2014
JUSTCODING
This September, a Missouri hospital found out the hard way that when not addressed quickly, restr
NOVEMBER 1, 2017
by Sharon Litwin, RN, BSHS, MHA, HCS-D If your agency still has a long way to go t
Q: How have you handled situations when specialty physicians and hospitalists do
CMS is giving physicians four quality reporting options in an attempt to ensure physicians do not
SEPTEMBER 20, 2016
What is the first step you should take to determine how you should communicate with a deaf or har
NOVEMBER 26, 2013
SEPTEMBER 23, 2015
JUSTCODING
Q: The company I work for has long debated what to do about medical records that are sent
One of the fiercest fights in surgery is about ears. Do you cover them while conducting surgery?
SEPTEMBER 1, 2018
What do you see outside your window? If you’re in many parts of the U.S., you might see a b
We want physicians to be very clear in their documentation about what’s wrong with the pati
While proponents promote telemedicine as a way to reduce costs, a new study suggests telemedicine
Who are those most likely to try to escape, and what are some of the ways you can prevent it?
JANUARY 12, 2017
If your hospital is rolling up all room-related services into one hourly or daily rate, you may b
If your hospital is rolling up all room-related services into one hourly or daily rate, you may b
Take a look around in those suburban and rural areas that used to be home to giant shopping malls
JUNE 1, 2019
Take a look around in those suburban and rural areas that used to be home to giant shopping malls
JUNE 1, 2019
I hope this finds you all safe and refreshed after the July 4 holiday. As I went about my celebra
JULY 9, 2014
A hospital system in Florida is using robot technology to help fight potential Ebola and other in
NOVEMBER 12, 2014
For years, physicians have had little clear guidance for patients with questions about e-cigarett
We’re working on a few upcoming newsletter articles and could use your feedback. The first
SEPTEMBER 25, 2019
by Megan Herr Industry experts believe the use of outsourced coding will grow as
A step-by-step guide on communicating with patients you suspect to be at risk
JANUARY 1, 2019
In a new memo to its state survey agencies, CMS said it would use Joint Commission ligature recom
OCTOBER 1, 2018
As you know, from time to time, I will ask you for your feedback about various safety products an
APRIL 16, 2015
Q: I have a question about a scenario that occurred in the medical office where I am empl
By Christopher Cheney, Healthleaders A four-phase approach to pre
JANUARY 31, 2019
You thought it was safe to forget about Ebola, didn't you? Not so fast, say experts.
MARCH 19, 2015
Vendors can administer the CAHPS Hospice Survey in three ways: Mail only
Starting a journal club that involves a group of nurses is a great way to give nurses the opportu
OCTOBER 1, 2019
Depending on where you are in the country, your organization may be fighting for market share. Co
Tick population boom brings concerns about Lyme disease by Brian Ward
The program director should use information and evaluations collected from attending physicians,
APRIL 25, 2014
The Long-Term Care Regulatory Compliance Boot Camp is an intensive four-d
NOVEMBER 21, 2014
The Long-Term Care Regulatory Compliance Boot Camp is an intensive four-day course that wi
SEPTEMBER 11, 2014
The Long-Term Care Regulatory Compliance Boot Camp is an intensive four-d
OCTOBER 3, 2014
The Long-Term Care Regulatory Compliance Boot Camp is an intensive four-d
OCTOBER 9, 2014
The Long-Term Care Regulatory Compliance Boot Camp is an intensive four-d
OCTOBER 24, 2014
The Long-Term Care Regulatory Compliance Boot Camp is an intensive four-d
OCTOBER 31, 2014
The Long-Term Care Regulatory Compliance Boot Camp is an intensive four-d
NOVEMBER 7, 2014
The Long-Term Care Regulatory Compliance Boot Camp is an intensive four-d
NOVEMBER 14, 2014
The Long-Term Care Regulatory Compliance Boot Camp is an intensive four-d
DECEMBER 12, 2014
The Long-Term Care Regulatory Compliance Boot Camp is an intensive four-d
DECEMBER 5, 2014
The Long-Term Care Regulatory Compliance Boot Camp is an intensive four-day co
OCTOBER 17, 2014
Bacteria are everywhere. Literally. And you can’t see them or feel them. In fact, trillio
  I recently heard about a s
JULY 17, 2014
Contact times and instructions can vary widely depending on what you buy and what you’re l
Fires in hospitals are not a common occurrence, and they are designed that way. Since a great maj
OCTOBER 9, 2014
At ACDIS, it’s no surprise when we hear about clinical documentation improvement efforts
Editor's note: We get a lot of comments from safety professionals just like you looking for answe
OCTOBER 20, 2016
You hear it all the time: Practice now for the situations that require your staff to deal with an
JANUARY 7, 2016
Q: I am a coder in a hospital outpatient setting. Our physicians document drug use in s
JULY 22, 2015
JUSTCODING
By Jennifer Thew, RN Are you experiencing a nursing shortage at your orga
AUGUST 21, 2019
Just back from a relaxing weekend and about ready to put your head down on the desk and take a na
SEPTEMBER 15, 2016
Be prepared to revise how your practice runs so that you can maximize your chances of earning an
A standardized cardiac monitor care process (CMCP) was used in a 24-bed pediatric bone marrow tra
NOVEMBER 11, 2014
By John Palmer If you’ve been in healthcare safety for any length
By John Palmer If you’ve been in healthcare safety for any length
FEBRUARY 28, 2020
By John Palmer If you’ve been in healthcare safety for any length
FEBRUARY 23, 2020
Dear readers, Are you interested in sharing your opinion about industry needs and
APRIL 29, 2016
Electronic health records (EHR) have slowly made their way into long-term care (LTC), with
DECEMBER 23, 2016
by Brian Ward Someone comes up to you, a healthcare provider, in the hos
JULY 16, 2020
JANUARY 28, 2015
JUSTCODING
Q: I have a question about a scenario that occurred in the medical office where I am empl
Dear readers, Some of you may recall that a few weeks ago I wrote about a
JULY 31, 2014
WRITTEN BY STEPHEN PORTER, HEALTHLEADERS MEDIA A cohort of about 150 physician groups sen
DECEMBER 1, 2018
One of the most stressful, yet crucial and educational, roles you will play in your job as a hosp
AUGUST 20, 2015
The month of November brings with it the thought of chilly nights by the fire and Thanksgiving fe
NOVEMBER 6, 2014
By Josh Poltilove   Educate your residents about  their new Me
NOVEMBER 30, 2018
The use of restraints to prevent patients from hurting themselves or disrupting medical equipment
SEPTEMBER 8, 2016
Dear readers, We’re constantly striving to deliver the tools you need to mak
Dear readers, We’re constantly striving to deliver the tools you need to ma
MAY 15, 2015
Opioid addiction is a national crisis, and clinicians around the country our trying to find ways
SEPTEMBER 14, 2017
Usually in the ICD-10 Trainer blog, I talk about ICD-10 implementation and coding from the coder
We know we’re facing at least a one-year delay in ICD-10 implementation. What you with that
by A.J. Plunkett (aplunkett@decisionhealth.com) You be the su
APRIL 26, 2020
Every year, it bears repeating: Fires happen, and you can prevent that. Yet they keep hap
JANUARY 1, 2019
Every year, it bears repeating: Fires happen, and you can prevent that. Yet they keep hap
Each year, four new Advisory Board members step forward to lead ACDIS, and four trusted members t
Dear readers, HCPro is conducting market research into products for and about hos
DECEMBER 10, 2015
You’ve got harm A look at the Automated All Cau
…and how responsible are you for the sins of the past (turns out, quite a bit).
MAY 23, 2019
Stethoscopes are maybe the most common of all diagnostic tools used in a medical facility, among
Stethoscopes are maybe the most common of all diagnostic tools used in a medical facility, among
MARCH 1, 2019
You may find significant changes to E/M reporting in the near future, including a pivot away from
No matter how hard you try, some workers are unable or unwilling to improve their job performance
JANUARY 28, 2020
by Brian Ward (bward@hcpro.com) As the nation continues to discuss use o
SEPTEMBER 6, 2020
by Brian Ward (bward@hcpro.com) As the nation continues to discuss use o
SEPTEMBER 24, 2020
How often do you review staff certifications and trainings to make sure they're current?
JULY 23, 2015
You already know that you need to be in compliance with the Life Safety Code(R)
MARCH 17, 2016
Q: Where can I find out more about new drugs or biologicals with pass-through status be
Do you feel that you work more hours than most coders? Or your compensation is lower than
DECEMBER 23, 2014
JUSTCODING
 CMS wants your thoughts on its 2017 OPPS proposed changes. In various places in the propose
Editor's note: New medical staff leaders often have questions about credentialing and privileg
by Kirsten Dize Online searches for in-home care are growing, but if you’r
Dear readers, Have you reviewed the ACGME’s
MARCH 9, 2018
  In this Q&A with safety expert Marge McFarlane, learn about how some of the
MARCH 27, 2014
…when you don’t know the reason… Some Joint Commission goodnes
MARCH 2, 2017
by John Palmer Despite warnings to the healthcare industry about the dan
DECEMBER 14, 2019
DECEMBER 3, 2014
JUSTCODING
As you know, there are only a few weeks left before the end of 2019 and the start of a new decade
DECEMBER 21, 2019
ICD-10-PCS will completely change the way coders report inpatient procedures. With just over a mo
AUGUST 26, 2015
JUSTCODING
In nursing, you often have to deal with some people who possess personality types that wreak havo
NOVEMBER 19, 2019
The House Ways and Means Committee recently
By: Melissa Varnavas As you read this, the ACDIS administrative team may likely
Consider using roll-down doors on emergency department exam rooms, breakaway clothes hooks on wal
SEPTEMBER 28, 2017
Common misconceptions about pain include: Pain is a sign of aging
"If you’re a single person who likes nature, or if you have kids and you need child c
MARCH 22, 2019
  JustCoding wants to get to know a little bit about the readers of our ICD-10 Tra
APRIL 29, 2015
JUSTCODING
The fewer surprises you have leading up and during orientation, the better. Email a survey
MAY 9, 2014
MARCH 18, 2015
JUSTCODING
Aretha Franklin wasn’t singing “Respect” about her physician, but a new survey
FEBRUARY 11, 2015
Every nurse brings their own perspective and bias to the profession; here are some ways to recogn
JANUARY 11, 2018
JANUARY 28, 2015
JUSTCODING
Dear readers,   I know there’s still some debate about
DECEMBER 11, 2014
Your feedback is essential to us at HCPro. Please take just a few minutes to share your thoughts
AUGUST 26, 2014
Dear readers, Would you like a free book? Join us for our residency focus group c
SEPTEMBER 11, 2015
Step inside the OR and there’s a good chance you’ll get bombarded with noise. A door
“The biggest thing with the Match is, at the end of the day, you’re in control. If y
FEBRUARY 6, 2019
Q: Is there a way to convince management that Security Rule compliance is just as importa
Infection control experts are always looking for new ways to get healthcare workers to remember t
AUGUST 20, 2014
Dear readers, HCPro is working on a new book about focused professional practice
Hospital infection control experts give you tips on how to improve compliance and staff awareness
JANUARY 12, 2017
Become more proactive. You no longer can wait for face-to-face documentation to arrive within sev
Hospitals worldwide got a wake-up call about dealing with potentially explosive and flammable sub
FEBRUARY 11, 2015
Infection control experts give you tips on how to improve compliance and staff awareness
FEBRUARY 23, 2017
OCTOBER 21, 2015
JUSTCODING
CMS still awaiting approval; here are some tips for you to get ready As if there aren&r
MAY 4, 2017
Written by Carol Ebert, RN, BSN, MA, CHES, CWP Are you exercising your "cre
MAY 12, 2016
Dear readers,   If you are at the Credentialing Resource Center Sy
Just after lunch on a Wednesday, four days into the new year, someone dec
AUGUST 31, 2017
Three changes happened recently for therapists that billers should know about: Medic
APRIL 11, 2019
Looking for feedback from new hires about your orientation program? The Essential Handbook for N
JANUARY 26, 2017
NOVEMBER 20, 2013
JUSTCODING
By Carol Ebert, RN, BSN, MA, CHES, CWP What if you were free to create yo
JULY 2, 2015
By Mandy Roth Now you see tremors; now you don't. An incisionless surgica
MAY 15, 2019
Where has the time gone? The annual conference is only a few days away, and we’re sure you
by Brian Ward With temperatures dropping and snow on the way in many sta
NOVEMBER 1, 2020
Dear readers, We want to hear from you. HCPro is conducting a customer survey to determ
OCTOBER 17, 2014
AUGUST 27, 2014
JUSTCODING