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HICPAC invites your comments on revised isolation precautions guideline this fall


CDC’s evidence-based guidelines for health care are designed to protect healthcare workers and patients, encourage safe practices, improve health outcomes, and save lives. They are not regulations, but many regulatory bodies consider this advice when they create the rules that lead to penalties and payments for healthcare facilities.

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Telehealth heavy hitter Dr. Roy Schoenberg on virtual care in 2023

Healthcare It News

" Change must occur in partnership with medical boards that will continue to play an important role in enabling the safe practice of medicine. What's less clear, however, is who on Capitol Hill will be the one to say, "We have to find another way." Follow Bill's HIT coverage on LinkedIn: Bill Siwicki.


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Healthcare’s Guiding Light: How FHIR Is Ushering In A New Era

HIT Consultant

Just like the devices that car insurance companies use to discount drivers for safe practices, FHIR could help healthcare organizations design new programs that give patients real-time, measurable ways to get involved in their own health outcomes.

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#BeBurnsAware – What To Know on National Burn Awareness Day

Health Populi

I would love for the business and technology companies, especially those involved in the hot beverage industry, to adopt ‘burn aware’ marketing, retail and customer service strategies – showcasing safe practices in enjoyment of hot drinks around young children.

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The Doctorate degree: Do I need it?


If you can pass your certification exam and safely practice anesthesia, you have the intelligence to earn a doctorate degree. Are you smart enough? All that is required is time, money, intellectual curiosity, and the tenacity to see the endeavor through to completion.

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Cybersecurity for the Clinician

Briggs Healthcare

use of work account on social media sites) Email management and security Emergency planning requirements and patient care absent access to the EHR Additional information about this partnership and links to the individual videos is available here.

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Information Security Program Lifecycle: An Ultimate Guide


Employees must understand the policies and procedures to cultivate safe practices against various threats. Step 3: Operation The operation stage involves putting the procedures and security measures into practice. Users are often the weakest security link. As well as installation of the necessary software and hardware.