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The PEWS Score: Can an Algorithm Predict Worsening Illness in a Hospitalized Child? Russ, Jeffrey Sep 1, 2019 1021
Rehab MATRIX: Content Validity of a Nursing-Led Patient Assignment Algorithm. Ifejika, Nneka L.; Okpala, Munachi N.; Moser, Hope A.; Watkins, Jeffrey N.; Noser, Elizabeth A. Report Feb 1, 2019 2335
Getting aged-care staffing right: Aged care is in crisis. Mandatory minimum staffing levels will be part of the solution. Wait, David Report Nov 1, 2018 853
Creating positive patient experiences. Benabio, Jeffrey Sep 1, 2018 570
Accuracy of Bladder Scan Equipment in Clinical Practice: A Review of Written Incident Reports. Moller, Sebastian; Johansson, Anders Report Sep 1, 2018 2189
The role of Six Sigma in a modern quality management strategy. Hill, Edward Aug 1, 2018 1413
It Ain't What You Do (But the Way That You Do It): Will Safety II Transform the Way We Do Patient Safety? Comment on "False Dawns and New Horizons in Patient Safety Research and Practice". Lawton, Rebecca Report Jul 1, 2018 2365
A Safety-II Perspective on Organisational Learning in Healthcare Organisations: Comment on "False Dawns and New Horizons in Patient Safety Research and Practice". Sujan, Mark Report Jul 1, 2018 3858
Safety I to Safety II: A Paradigm Shift or More Work as Imagined? Comment on "False Dawns and New Horizons in Patient Safety Research and Practice". Smith, Kelly M.; Valenta, Annette L. Report Jul 1, 2018 1922
Texas 2016 NCLEX[R] pass rates higher than national average. Report Apr 1, 2017 497
Creating a dementia friendly workplace. McCartney, Caroline Report Apr 1, 2017 397
Medical-surgical nursing: if you've ever been hospitalized or visited a patient in the hospital, the nurse who cared for you or your loved one was most likely a medical-surgical nurse. Jan 1, 2017 585
Transgender patients: providing sensitive care. Hyderi, Abbas; Angel, Joseph; Madison, Morgan; Perry, L. Amanda; Hagshenas, Leila Jul 1, 2016 4830
Connecting what matters: patient-centered interoperability leads to better care. Case study Nov 1, 2015 1443
A bright future: New institute links hospitality, design, and health administration to improve patient care. Berkowitz, Kenny Sep 22, 2015 463
Empowering patients to become better partners. Gittner, Lisaann S. Report Sep 22, 2015 2719
A collaborative academic progression model in rural upstate New York: reflections on the human side. Scanlan, Nancy; Gleeson-Kreig, JoAnn; Brunell, Julie; Brown, Carol Report Sep 22, 2015 2687
Clinician perspectives on working with health coaches: a mixed methods approach. Dube, Kate; Willard-Grace, Rachel; O'Connell, Brendon; DeVore, Denise; Prado, Camille; Bodenheimer, Report Sep 1, 2015 6092
What an extra day can bring. Brief article Jul 1, 2015 269
To improve outcomes: what you told us. Quatrara, Beth Mar 1, 2015 728
Patient and family engagement: a global initiative. Windle, Marguerite Mar 1, 2015 593
Ratios save lives: an international study has shown that patients suffer when nurses are forced to work without safe staffing ratios. Cover story Feb 1, 2015 728
Do you know how to respond to questions related to kidney donation? Headley, Carol M. Nov 1, 2014 5213
Bringing together PSOs and health IT: a perfect collaboration for quality patient care. Zaremba, Stephanie Report Jun 1, 2014 1005
Medical home concept uses team approach to focus on staying well. Report Mar 1, 2014 235
Description, and pilot evaluation, of novel staff education to improve care of confused older inpatients. Horner, Barbara; Watson, Natasha; Hill, Anne-Marie; Etherton-Beer, Christopher Report Dec 1, 2013 4335
Safety campaign emphasises openness: a new patient safety campaign challenges health professionals to collaborate to reduce the incidence of patient harm--it could also save the public health system several million dollars a year. Weston, Kate Jul 1, 2013 931
End EMR tyranny! Hickner, John Editorial Apr 1, 2013 448
Collaboration the key to good patient care: improving care for patients with long-term conditions and increasing patient involvement in their care are the aims of a shared care programme being piloted in Auckland and Christchurch. Manchester, Anne Mar 1, 2013 1387
Shrinkage estimators for a composite measure of quality conceptualized as a formative construct. Shwartz, Michael; Pekoz, Erol A.; Christiansen, Cindy L.; Burgess, James F., Jr.; Berlowitz, Dan Feb 1, 2013 7643
The technology is there: option for preventing lab labeling and tracking errors. Strobel, Mark D. Feb 1, 2013 882
Health information exchange: HIE systems offer opportunities to improve care and enhance revenue. Caldwell, David Report Nov 1, 2012 836
Reporting of quality indicators and improvement in hospital performance: the P.Re.Val.E. Regional Outcome Evaluation Program. Renzi, Cristina; Sorge, Chiara; Fusco, Danilo; Agabiti, Nera; Davoli, Marina; Perucci, Carlo A. Report Oct 1, 2012 7744
Technology driving care ... and staffing: POCT expansions have potential to drive medical technologist staffing. Patton, Matthew T. Sep 1, 2012 1478
Should I repeat my 1:2s QC rejection? Parvin, Curtis A.; Kuchipudi, Lakshmi; Yundt-Pacheco, John C. Report May 1, 2012 3392
Streamlining patient review: Morehead memorial expands care-management program, ensuring appropriate patient care. Nov 1, 2011 650
Budget cuts may risk patient safety. Anderson, Leigh Jun 1, 2011 743
Transformational partnerships in nursing education. Niederhauser, Victoria; MacIntyre, Richard C.; Garner, Catherine; Teel, Cynthia; Murray, Teri A. Report Nov 1, 2010 1806
Motivational interviewing: an overview. Croston, Michelle Report Sep 22, 2010 3177
An intelligent patient focus: Cambridge Memorial Hospital is increasing efficiency and improving patient care with a new emergency room tracking board anti business-intelligence system. Baum, David Cover story Apr 1, 2010 1557
Hospitalist believes in giving "VIP treatment". Schneider, Mary Ellen Apr 1, 2010 625
Improving the patient experience in Canterbury-a vision for the future: a recent health showcase in Christchurch has inspired many to think in new ways about how to improve patient care in the region. Manchester, Anne Feb 1, 2010 1945
Patient monitoring with agents and semantic Web. Cristescu, Sorin-Alexandru; Moldoveanu, Florica Report Jan 1, 2010 1952
'Report cards' don't improve cardiac care. Moon, Mary Ann Dec 1, 2009 546
The nesting-egg problem: why comparative effectiveness research is trickier than it looks. Gilbert, Susan Nov 1, 2009 2432
Medical homes, clinics urged. Anderson, Jane Brief article Jul 1, 2009 126
The nurse's role in CMS quality indicators. Brenner, Zara R.; Salathiel, Mary Jul 1, 2009 2804
We can't replace skilled nurses in public hospitals: the increased use of AiNs and other third level workers across the nursing sectors poses challenges for the profession. On the one hand a wealth of research shows the centrality of RNs in delivering high quality patient care; on the other innovative solutions are needed to relieve overwhelming workloads. The Lamp looks at the issues. Cover story Jul 1, 2009 662
Medical homes are challenging. Anderson, Jane Brief article Jun 1, 2009 127
NQF adds safe practices. Anderson, Jane M. Brief article Apr 15, 2009 127
Outreach boosts quality of rural diabetes care. Zoler, Mitchel L. Mar 15, 2009 564
School embraces medical home. Anderson, Jane Brief article Feb 15, 2009 151
IOM panel outlines strategies to improve adolescent care. Evans, Jeff Jan 1, 2009 677
HHS issues final PSO rules. Anderson, Jane Jan 1, 2009 115
2009: a time for patient care to shine with joint commission National Patient Safety Goals. Singleton, Kathleen A. Dec 1, 2008 1120
A new year's resolution to make safety "no accident". Feeg, Veronica D. Editorial Nov 1, 2008 1109
The nature of chaplaincy and the goals of QI: patient-centered care as professional responsibility. Berlinger, Nancy Nov 1, 2008 3171
Medical home promise & problems. Jouriles, Nicholas J. Editorial Oct 15, 2008 621
Committee urges Congress, HHS to fund medical homes. Schneider, Mary Ellen Oct 15, 2008 364
The hospitalist model: How it benefits you and your patients: fewer disruptions in your ambulatory practice, and access to performance data to direct patients to the best-performing hospitals. Wellikson, Laurence Oct 1, 2008 2206
Medical home demo seeks coordinating centers. Schneider, Mary Ellen Brief article Oct 1, 2008 253
Who is in charge? Rosof, Bernard M. Editorial Oct 1, 2008 686
How one medical specialty society's use of measures and reporting dramatically improved patient care: for nearly 20 years The Society of Thoracic Surgeons' national database has offered insights and improved quality through practice feedback. Edwards, Fred H. Oct 1, 2008 1276
Nurses need to decide what is best for their patients. Peters, Dorethea Aug 1, 2008 880
Measuring constructs. Connelly, Lynne M. Report Aug 1, 2008 893
Using interdisciplinary shared governance and patient rounds to increase patient safety. Edwards, Chris Report Aug 1, 2008 1810
Help your bipolar patients feel better. Ostacher, Michael J. Case study Aug 1, 2008 3719
Dosing units help avoid medication errors. Freudenreich, Oliver Aug 1, 2008 468
A re-examination of cultural safety: a national imperative. Clear, Geraldine Conference news Jul 1, 2008 1319
MD cash payments cut spending. Anderson, Jane Brief article Jun 15, 2008 137
Research and quality improvement: different processes, different evidence. Kring, Daria L. Jun 1, 2008 5346
Impact of nurse staffing on complications, mortality, and length of stay. Jun 1, 2008 449
The connection between patient falls and medication. Cranwell-Bruce, Lisa A. Jun 1, 2008 2231
Joint position statement of the American Nephrology Nurses' Association (ANNA) and the National Association of Nephrology Technicians/Technologists (NANT) on unlicensed personnel in dialysis. May 1, 2008 380
Stakeholders hammer out medical home principles. Finkelstein, Joel B. May 1, 2008 992
Physician burnout takes toll on quality of care. Tucker, Miriam E. May 1, 2008 680
Implementing patient-centered care. Tangalos, Eric G. Apr 1, 2008 1099
Learning to deliver better health care: rigorous study of the most effective ways to deliver care as well as what care works best can result in not only better treatment but also significant cost savings. Fisher, Elliott S. Mar 22, 2008 3145
Patient portals don't mean higher workload. Sullivan, Michele G. Mar 1, 2008 847
Workforce advocacy program--patient safety. Brief article Feb 1, 2008 261
Whither comprehensive care? Anderson, Jane Brief article Jan 15, 2008 176
Medical home set to move forward. Wachter, Kerri Dec 1, 2007 839
Extubation reflectivity. Mason, Paula; Hardy, Dawn; Smith, Brian Report Dec 1, 2007 1642
Rural doctors consider legal action. Bateman, Chris Nov 1, 2007 1309
The impact of nurse staffing on hospital costs and patient length of stay: a systematic review. Thungjaroenkul, Petsunee; Cummings, Greta G.; Embleton, Amanda Sep 1, 2007 7250
Health systems dedicated to improving patient safety must prioritize initiatives. Brief article Sep 1, 2007 182
Industrial strength life support. Column Aug 1, 2007 373
Wanted: Nursing-Sensitive Indicators in nephrology settings. Bodin, Sandra Jul 1, 2007 1025
A day of fun--and quality: nurses across the State found lots of ways to party on International Nurses Day (IND) on 12 May. While members took time out to organise some fun, the theme of this year's events served as a reminder of our continuing efforts to raise the quality of patient care. Jun 1, 2007 338
Clinical is king: this year's HIMSS CIO Survey found that using clinical IT to improve patient safety was top-of-mind. Hagland, Mark Report Jun 1, 2007 794
Using data to drive performance improvement in hospitals: real improvements in patient care, financial performance and efficiency will stem from the use of evidence-based approaches. Fitzpatrick, Melissa A. Dec 1, 2006 2449
A preceptor training program model for the hemodialysis setting. Singer, Chris Nov 1, 2006 4474
The wrong prescription for N.H? Kamp, John Aug 18, 2006 530
Electronic records can improve quality of care. Schneider, Mary Ellen May 1, 2006 716
ANA calls on policymakers to act on nurse staffing legislation. Report Jan 1, 2006 845
Public would like some results. Jul 1, 2005 422
Significance of functional status data for payment and quality. Clauser, Steven B.; Bierman, Arlene S. Mar 22, 2003 6271
Performance keeps the pulse of hospitals ticking: more than ever, health sector managers have to make decisions that directly affect patient care. (Management Trends). Demers, Julie Mar 1, 2003 1039
Benchmarking the hospital logistics process: A potential cure for the ailing health care sector. Poulin, Etienne Mar 1, 2003 1588
New National Patient Safety Goals. Brief Article Mar 1, 2003 116
The ABCs of pediatric laboratory interpretation: understanding the CBC with differential and LFTs. (Continuing Education Series). Jakubik, Louise D.; Cockerham, Janine; Altmann, Ana R.; Grossman, Michael B. Mar 1, 2003 6109

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