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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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How Hospital Incident Reporting Software Reduces Workplace Violence in Healthcare

There has been an uptick in workplace violence in healthcare for the past decade, but the pandemic has exacerbated violent acts against nurses, techs, and other healthcare professionals. In fact, recent data shows that more than two nurses are assaulted every hour. Experts agree that the key to reducing violence in the healthcare setting is encouraging employees to report violence with hospital incident reporting software.

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Support Healthcare Workers: Get the Right Tools to the Right People

There are approximately 2.6 million points of care in the U.S. — and that number is rapidly growing, as people are increasingly turning to pharmacies, telemedicine, and retail stores as providers of basic healthcare services and vaccinations. (1) As these points of care continue to increase across the nation, there’s a growing need for structures to support the frontline healthcare workers who are delivering the first line of care. It is now more important than ever to equip these healthcare workers with technology tools and clinical checklists to support patient and employee safety and quality of care within increasingly complex healthcare environments.

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Prevent Incidents and Reduce Costs with Incident Reporting Software

An estimated 161,250 preventable deaths occur each year in U.S. healthcare organizations, which can cause harm to a patient’s physical, mental, and financial health. (1) Read on to learn how organizations can leverage healthcare technology like incident reporting software to prevent incidents, reduce costs, and save lives.

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Employee Risk Management Healthcare

Given that healthcare employees typically work in environments with high exposure to illness and injury, it is crucial that healthcare organizations prioritize effective risk management.

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Improving Behavioral Healthcare with Patient Safety Analytics

According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), 19.7 million American adults (aged 12 and older) battled a substance use disorder in 2017, and 1 out of every 8 adults struggled with both alcohol and drug use disorders simultaneously. (1)

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5 Step Plan for Returning to Work After the COVID-19 Pandemic

As businesses and community spaces begin a phased reopening over the upcoming weeks, employees will start to return to their workplaces. To make the transition back to work as smooth and safe as possible, organizations will need to adapt their policies and workplace environments for the COVID-19 era. 
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What is a Just Culture in Healthcare?

First used in healthcare in a 2001 report by David Marx, the definition of just culture is a system of shared accountability in which organizations are responsible for the systems they have designed and for responding to the behaviors of their employees in a fair and just manner. Employees are accountable for the quality of their choices and for reporting incidents and system vulnerabilities.
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