Stand with your patients. Wear a patient gown!
That’s just one engaging way to take part in 2016’s Patient Safety Awareness week March 13-19. The National Patient Safety Foundation (NPSF) suggests lots of other ways to get involved, too. Check out their new website where you can get inspired, share your plans, register for a free webinar and download materials that support this year’s campaign: United for Patient Safety. It’s a great way to help your organization, your peers and your patients get the message that every day is patient safety day and every person has a role to play in promoting patient safety.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has developed interim guidelines for health care providers in the US who are caring for infants born to mothers who traveled to or resided in an area with Zika virus infection during pregnancy. These guidelines include recommendations for the testing and management of these infants.
It’s time to vote for the Constellation board of directors. Each year, as a policyholder/owner of our mutual companies (UMIA, MMIC or Arkansas Mutual), you may exercise your right to vote for additions to the board of directors. This year we have a slate of four candidates up for election or re-election.
Brink, the surgery issue, is now available. Click here to download this quarters issue.