Hospital management & administration

Tracking and Reducing Hospital Infection Spread with NFMI Technology

Infection prevention and control practices are crucial in maintaining a safe environment for everyone by reducing the risk of the potential spread of disease. In American hospitals alone, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that Healthcare Acquired Infections (HAIs) account for an estimated 1.7 million infections and 99,000 associated deaths each year.  The CDC

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What’s the Difference between Inpatient and Outpatient Care?

Alcohol and Drug treatment varies from place to place. Although, mostly the Alcohol and Drug treatment falls into two categories – Inpatient Care and Outpatient Care. Both treatments are focused on the rehabilitation and well-being of the drug and alcohol addicts. If you are looking forward to addiction treatment, it is important for you to

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Safety of Frontline Health Workers in Hospitals

With a global pandemic front and center in 2020, countless individuals’ lives have been impacted in never-before-seen ways. From unemployment lines to restricted store hours, the global economy has been shaken to its core. From a healthcare perspective, the situation is even more dire: worries about comprehensive care, basic access to primary health care and

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Significance of good communication between patients and healthcare professionals

When you run a healthcare business or clinic, your patients need to feel that they can approach your staff. They need to feel comfortable sharing personal medical information with them, which isn’t possible if they don’t even feel able to get a staff member’s attention when they need them. For those in leadership positions, it’s

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Guidelines for Medical Waste Disposal During a Pandemic

Containing and properly disposing of medical waste can already be a highly regulated process, and in times of a health crisis like a pandemic, these restrictions can become even more important to adhere to. The proper handling of medical waste ensures the safety of staff and patients alike, as improperly disposed of harmful waste can

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