ACOG District II – MLMIC partnership will help both expand their ability to improve patient safety and reduce risk in select focus areas, such as maternal mortality and morbidity.
Researchers are looking at how better measurement of diagnostic errors may help physicians track performance, gauge the effectiveness of interventions, reduce errors and improve patient outcomes.
The March 2018 edition of MLMIC’s Case Review includes case studies highlighting the importance of veracity, communication and detailed medical histories.
Infection transmission in healthcare facilities is strongly associated with poor hand hygiene. Starting this year, CMS surveyors will issue citations when they observe any ambulatory surgery center employee failing to follow proper hand hygiene protocol.