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3 Features to Look for in Hospital Incident Reporting Software

Finding the right hospital incident reporting software can not only greatly improve patient care, but also enhance safety in the work environment and decrease costs. It is extremely important to find the right solution that addresses your organization’s needs and can also be easily integrated into already functioning systems. Read on to learn the top three features to look for in a hospital incident reporting software.

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9 Ways Healthcare Organizations Can Improve Nurse Retention

Nurse retention is a critical issue for healthcare organizations. High turnover rates can lead to increased costs, decreased quality of care, and reduced morale among remaining staff. To address high turnover among nurses, healthcare organizations should focus on strategies that retain their nurses. Read on for nine ways that healthcare organizations can improve nurse retention.

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Heidi Raines’ Shared Voices Named Amazon Best Seller and No. 1 New Release in Several Healthcare Categories

“Shared Voices: A Framework for Patient and Employee Safety in Healthcare” reached best-seller and No. 1 New Release status in several healthcare-related Amazon categories.

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Benchmarking in Healthcare: Benefits of Using Incident Data

In the healthcare industry, incident data plays a crucial role in identifying areas for improvement and measuring performance. One way to make the most of incident data is by developing healthcare benchmarks. These benchmarks can help healthcare organizations to compare their performance to industry standards and identify areas where they can improve. In this blog post, we will discuss the process of benchmarking in healthcare using incident data and the benefits of using benchmarks.

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Why Every Hospital Needs a Reliable Incident Management System

Hospitals are complex institutions that must juggle a variety of competing priorities daily. From ensuring the quality of patient care to managing financial resources, hospital administrators have a lot on their plates. As such, it is essential for hospitals to have a reliable incident management system in place to deal with any unexpected events that may occur.

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Heidi Raines Partners With Forbes Books To Write Book On Improving Patient And Employee Safety

Heidi Raines, CEO and Founder of Performance Health Partners and an authority on advancing employee and patient safety, is partnering with Forbes Books to author a book that explores how the healthcare community can reduce incidents, errors, and safety events that jeopardize patients and employees and, in the process, give voice to patients and employees who are the eyes, ears, and heartbeat of a healthcare organization.
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6 Benefits of Using an Incident Management System in Healthcare

An incident management system collects and analyzes healthcare incident data to improve safety and quality of care. With incident reporting software in place, healthcare organizations can more efficiently identify safety hazards and take corrective action to prevent harm.

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How Healthcare Risk Management Technology Reduces Healthcare Worker Burnout

Burnout in healthcare has become an epidemic, especially in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, with burnout rates among healthcare workers as high as 70%. The good news is that healthcare risk management technology is proving to be instrumental in reducing the burdens placed on frontline workers and, consequently, in mitigating the risk of burnout.

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Key Features of Effective Incident Reporting Forms

The key to improved patient and employee safety is increasing incident and event reporting to collect data to better understand process gaps and root causes of safety events. To ensure employees are engaged in the event reporting process, it’s essential that incident reporting forms be designed effectively.

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How Incident Reporting in Healthcare Improves Employee Engagement

Utilizing a centralized incident reporting system allows healthcare organizations to enhance patient outcomes and foster a culture of care. But among the lesser obvious benefits of incident reporting in healthcare is improved employee engagement, which can result in boosted retention, decreased costs, and improved quality of care.

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