Hospital management & administration

Preventing Burnout in Medical Professionals

If you’ve ever experienced an overwhelming sense or amount of stress and exhaustion from work, you wouldn’t be alone. These extreme negative feelings are often considered to be burnout, which can be categorized through a drop in physical, emotional, and psychological energy as a result of stress stemming from work. This is an issue faced

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7 Safety Measures Staff Should Take in a North Carolina Healthcare Facility

Healthcare is an industry that requires specific and meticulous safety measures even at the best of times. Any mistakes with such measures mean placing the staff as well as the patients at a health risk. Any healthcare facility in North Carolina needs to follow certain safety procedures to assure the safety of the staff. The

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How A Healthcare Mobile App Can Help Reduce Hospital Management Cost?

Since the emergence of healthcare mobile apps and their integration into medical facilities, rapid advancement is taking place in the entire healthcare sector improving healthcare practices, making patient care better, streamlining processes, and boosting efficiency and controlling cost in a never before way.  A recent survey indicated that 93% of doctors and practitioners consider that

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From Disjointed to Coordinated: A Guide to Smart Hospital Implementation

With so much technology at our fingertips these days, it’s surprising that more hospitals haven’t implemented the most promising innovations already. Many people wonder why it is that in an industry benefitting so much from technological advancement, the adoption of new technology is very slow.  Part of this is for safety reasons. The latest medical

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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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