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Taking down workplace violence in healthcare Can you take a punch? How do you
Understanding the origins of patient violence, setting up your facility’s environment prope
MARCH 12, 2015
By Jennifer Thew, RN Workplace violence is a serious, and growing issue, in healthcare. A
DECEMBER 20, 2018
By Jennifer Thew Workplace violence is a serious, and gr
DECEMBER 27, 2018
Workplace violence against healthcare workers is an issue that's getting well-deserved attention.
DECEMBER 4, 2019
Workplace violence continues to be an issue in hospitals across the country; the Massachusetts Nu
APRIL 13, 2017
ER nurses and physicians work in an environment that promotes the acceptance of patient vi
MAY 15, 2014
By Jennifer Thew, RN Workplace violence against healthcare worker
DECEMBER 5, 2019
In an age where violence is becoming the norm in public places, hospital administrators are makin
NOVEMBER 21, 2013
By John Palmer It’s no secret that violence prevention is increasi
NOVEMBER 10, 2019
A new study by the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) shows that violence in America
DECEMBER 1, 2018
Experts say you should have a plan in place and practice it. Consider this your guide for traini
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has updated its workplace violence preve
APRIL 7, 2015
Patient violence against healthcare providers continues to be a growing problem in hospitals and
NOVEMBER 26, 2014
Emergency department (ED) nurses are often victims of violence, but fail to report it, according
Patient violence against healthcare providers continues to be a growing problem in hospitals and
NOVEMBER 25, 2014
Q: How big of a problem is patient violence from high-risk patients?
APRIL 14, 2016
Q: How big of a problem is patient violence from high-risk patients?
APRIL 21, 2016
In a sobering reminder of the damage patient violence can cause, a security staff member of a hos
APRIL 21, 2016
Workplace violence can bring harm to patients and healthcare workers alike. Assaults can also dra
Human resources professionals can play a vital role in preventing workplace violence in ho
JUNE 12, 2014
by John Palmer As it turns out, training works when a hospital conducts
OCTOBER 1, 2019
Facility accused of failing to address workplace violence risks it had promised to remedy
AUGUST 17, 2017
The California state legislature is debating a bill calling for violence prevention plans
APRIL 22, 2014
Institutions and programs must put programs into place or make resources available to help reside
JULY 12, 2019
Facility safety GAO: OSHA needs to reassess need for a workplace violence
Alarm hazards, data integrity, and patient violence top the ECRI Institute’s list of top 10
APRIL 7, 2015
Hospitals should have processes in place that continually monitor for specific types of events, t
JUNE 17, 2014
Working under the theory that medical students immersed in a community may want to stay there, tw
OCTOBER 2, 2015
Violence in hospitals continues to be a growing public health concern. In recent years, attacks o
SEPTEMBER 15, 2016
Does your organization have translators in place to help patients who are deaf or hard of hearing
SEPTEMBER 29, 2015
Hospitals are continually working to reduce the risk of patient suicide in their facilities, but
OCTOBER 26, 2017
The culture of our company is based on a commitment to serve our customers and to empower them to improve the quality of healthcare across the globe. We place a very high value on teamwork, dedication, innovation, work ethic, and integrity. Our customers and clients consistently recognize the quality of our staff as the most distinguished feature of our Company.
JANUARY 6, 2009
15I Updates: September updates cover workplace violence prevention
  Do you have an insurance verification policy in place?
MARCH 31, 2017
A law that caps the number of hours resident physicians can work may have created changes for stu
JANUARY 27, 2015
JULY 8, 2015
A resident is suing the University of Texas Dell Medical School, claiming she was placed on proba
SEPTEMBER 11, 2015
Helpful tips for working with the training program liaison and u
DECEMBER 12, 2018
No matter where you work in healthcare, whether it's in the hospital, lab, radiology center, nurs
DECEMBER 16, 2019
In response to the growing threat of violence, the Indiana University Health La Porte Hosp
JANUARY 15, 2015
Active shooters and armed violence represent a rapidly growing problem in America’s hospita
AUGUST 19, 2015
Active shooters and armed violence represent a rapidly growing issue in America’s hospitals
AUGUST 25, 2015
Presented on: September 23, 2015 1:00-2:30 pm EST Active shooters and armed violence repr
The first and most respected book showing new and experienced nurses how to build a better work
MARCH 31, 2016
Q: We have acquired several physician offices and the physicians work in our off-campus
In America, the most collect calls placed on which day?   a.
Nurse managers and their staff often face racism in the work place; Minority Nurse
MARCH 3, 2016
  Reducing the risk of work-related injuries
Q: Some of our care teams are having trouble working together—one of my st
For any behavior change to take place and, more importantly, to be sustained, the patient has to
Feds had challenged medical center's workplace violence prevention program
JUNE 15, 2017
Question: I work for a group of general surgeons. Quite often, our pati
Patient violence is always a danger to healthcare workers, and in the emergency department worker
JULY 3, 2014
In today’s rapidly changing environment, no organization is immune from violence. It’
JULY 6, 2017
Work with your pharmacy and infection control teams to ensure your facility’s sterile compo
MARCH 1, 2019
Work with your pharmacy and infection control teams to ensure your facility’s sterile compo
MARCH 1, 2019
By Jennifer Thew, RN Hospital employees are what they eat … at work. 
MAY 29, 2019
A Certification and recertification surveys typically take place over several days. During the en
  Health Systems, Hospitals and Post-Acute Providers: Making Integration Work
MARCH 31, 2017
Just when you thought you had your suicide prevention safeguards in place, things are about to ch
MARCH 1, 2018
OIG adds review of Part A claims to the 2014 LTC Work Plan
AUGUST 1, 2014
As the debate over allowing residents to work longer shifts continues, a study published in the
MARCH 11, 2016
In 2014, 66% of 318 hospitals surveyed by AHIMA had a CDI program in place. If all surveyed facil
New for RPA subscriber-only: Using webinars to place medical didactics under one umbrella
FEBRUARY 14, 2018
JANUARY 1, 2019
Physician Assistants (PA) were among the most-placed healthcare providers last year, based on hi
As new nurses work their way through the orientation process, evaluating their ability to apply c
  OIG's Work Plan update reveals sharper focus on SNF service delivery
AUGUST 5, 2016
  Rock Your Health: When you can’t stop working!
DECEMBER 8, 2016
By Mitch Work, MPA, FHIMSS The 30-day readmission rate for heart failure
MARCH 1, 2018
"Did it ever occur to some of today’s physicians that many people work awfully hard an
AUGUST 27, 2015
The word TRANSITION means the passage from one form, state, style, or place to another – CH
JANUARY 5, 2017
More than one-third of residents said they would work even if they knew they had the flu, accordi
OCTOBER 16, 2015
Respondents to HCPro’s 2015 Residency Coordinator Salary Survey reported working more hours
MARCH 4, 2016
Nurse managers and their staff often face racism in the work place. In 2013, Minority Nurse
NOVEMBER 16, 2017
Many healthcare workers may be putting patients at risk by continuing to work when they have symp
JUNE 20, 2019
CMS and The Joint Commission are placing more emphasis on reducing adverse events, which means ho
FEBRUARY 1, 2018
The growing demands of administrative work are a major pain point for most physician practices. T
Physicians are more likely to reduce the amount of hours they work if they show signs of burnout
“[T]he work environment needs to allow residents to focus on patient care and education, no
JANUARY 20, 2017
We are working on a few new products and would like your feedback! Nurse Leadership is a h
OCTOBER 3, 2014
First let’s go over how a PEP works. When a PEP occurs, a patient begins care with an agenc
Although the majority of baby boomers are committed to aging in place, and the bulk of this popul
If you work in a Joint Commission-accredited facility, there's no doubt you try to impress Joint
NOVEMBER 5, 2015
BY JAY KUMAR As it works toward its goal of eliminating preventable in-h
As anyone who works in an ED knows, long wait times are not an ED-specific issue. Most of the tim
MARCH 23, 2017
New physicians graduating from residency may want to consider contract work. The use of locum ten
Working rotating night shifts as a nurse can be difficult for many reason. Your schedule is incon
MAY 5, 2016
Many healthcare workers may be putting patients at risk by continuing to work when they have symp
JUNE 19, 2019
Many healthcare workers may be putting patients at risk by continuing to work when they have symp
JUNE 20, 2019
In the Office of Inspector General's (OIG) FY17 Work Plan, the agency
JANUARY 19, 2018
The Midwest may be the best place for physicians to practice to avoid burnout and stress, accordi
MAY 12, 2017
AUGUST 27, 2014
HCPro is looking for authors to work on an updated edition of The Residency Program Dir
NOVEMBER 21, 2014
“So far in residency reform, the focus has been on reducing the number of hours worked, ra
JULY 15, 2016
About 70% of agencies will work to improve performance on acute care hospitalization in 2019, acc
"There is so much emphasis placed upon on measurement that it becomes a burden that takes aw
SEPTEMBER 10, 2015
You should have a policy in place that describes things like a bag barrier and how to clean your
By Jennifer Thew, RN   Work-life balance is a hot concept in the nu
FEBRUARY 22, 2018
MAY 6, 2015
One-third of residents say maintaining a work-life balance is their biggest challenge during resi
AUGUST 11, 2017
“Work-life balance may seem like an unrealistic luxury for many of us, even if you belong t
FEBRUARY 9, 2018
  The Office of Inspector General (OIG) Work Plan for Fiscal Year (FY) 20
NOVEMBER 7, 2014
The ACGME’s 16-hour work hour limit for first-year residents instituted in 2011 led to &ldq
FEBRUARY 21, 2020
NOVEMBER 19, 2014
It’s hard to think of a time when healthcare workers worked in a more dangerous environment
MARCH 12, 2014
Physicians tend to be paid on a production basis (e.g., fee for service or work relative value u
OCTOBER 22, 2015
A creativity-friendly work environment can foster innovation in your department. So how do you en
OCTOBER 27, 2016
In 10% of cases, patients placed on observation status pay more for their care than they would ha
Evaluate whether your workplace is a place where you feel safe or whether there is a climate of b
SEPTEMBER 24, 2015
SEPTEMBER 24, 2014
Report to Congress finds that accreditation organizations have a lot of work to do The
OCTOBER 1, 2017
In annual report to Congress, CMS says accreditation organizations have their work cut out for t
NOVEMBER 1, 2017
OCTOBER 8, 2014
While many case managers today work closely with clinical documentation improvement (CDI) special
JANUARY 5, 2016
By Laurie Prescott, RN- MSN, CCDS, CDIP As many of you know, working remotely has
“The right answer on how many hours residents should work may be more nuanced than we&rsqu
FEBRUARY 5, 2016
We’re working on a few upcoming newsletter articles and could use your feedback. The first
SEPTEMBER 25, 2019
In 1999, the Institute of Medicine released its To Err is Human report, which placed a h
JULY 22, 2014
CMS and The Joint Commission are placing more emphasis on reducing adverse events, which means ho
FEBRUARY 15, 2018
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Editor's note: Patrick Pianezza, MHA, currently works for VEP Healthcare as manager of patien
OCTOBER 6, 2015
We're working on books for 2019 and like to hear from you. Please take this short survey and let
OCTOBER 18, 2018
Your relationship with the physicians you work with might be challenging from time to time. Case
CMS recently updated its Clinical Laboratory Amendments (CLIA) for lab work at critical access ho
APRIL 12, 2016
JANUARY 28, 2015
All accredited residency programs must have an agreement in place that outlines the terms
APRIL 4, 2014
Rita did not place the top on the sharps container when she replaced it in the morning. La
MAY 21, 2014
Q: A few days into the patient’s stay, an order for a Foley catheter was placed f
JUNE 18, 2014
Now that CMS and The Joint Commission are placing greater emphasis on emergency management, this
JULY 29, 2015
CMS announced its ICD-10 Coordination and Maintenance Committee Meeting to take place on Septembe
Doctors and public health officials gave harrowing accounts of the events that took place last we
DECEMBER 17, 2015
A Houston hospital was placed on lockdown September 19 after shots rang out from three SUVs outsi
SEPTEMBER 22, 2016
Hospitals are intended to be a place where people get well, so a fire is an environmental service
SEPTEMBER 15, 2016
DECEMBER 3, 2014
I thought about work while I was on vacation last week: I wondered, “When CRC readers get
Transitioning from working during the daytime to nightshifts can be challenging for residents as
AUGUST 21, 2015
We are working on a rewrite of a popular book with our lab folks, Lab Safety Made Simple
DECEMBER 17, 2015
Work in teams when possible Call for support to prevent unsafe transfers
The ACGME implemented a cap of 80 clinical and education work hours per week for residents in 201
JULY 19, 2019
At JustCoding.com, we're constantly working to make the site easier to use and more intera
JUNE 25, 2014
Q: Have time work studies been done to determine the average length of time taken to
AUGUST 21, 2014
Dear readers,   I’m working on a story that will featur
JANUARY 23, 2015
OCTOBER 29, 2014