Hamper Use for Infection Prevention

By CME on Jun 30, 2016 11:00:00 AM

Infection prevention is everybody’s job in all kinds of healthcare facilities.  In fact, the scope of infection prevention concerns has expanded such that the acronym HAI no longer refers just to “hospital acquired infections”, but now to “healthcare associated infections”.  These HAIs are not restricted just to hospitals, but also to skilled nursing facilities, rehab facilities, ambulatory surgery centers, clinics and even physician offices.

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6 Tips For Outfitting Your New Healthcare Clinic

By CME on May 25, 2016 10:00:00 AM

The focus for healthcare facilities is changing. HealthcareDesignMagazine.com surveyed professionals in Healthcare administration and found the important topics going into 2016 are the impact of design on staff satisfaction and on infection control and prevention.  This change reflects the growing consensus in the industry of the need for hospitals to support their staff and the world’s need to take infection control more seriously.

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6 Key Considerations for a Successful EHR Implementation

By CME on Nov 30, 2015 1:45:00 PM

Whether you’re setting up a new electronic health record (EHR) system in your current facility, or working on plans for outfitting a new clinic or hospital wing, it’s important to keep in mind specific items related to implementing the EHR successfully.

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