Healthcare Quality Week

October 22, 2019Uncategorized

Healthcare Quality Week October 20-26, 2019 Healthcare Quality Week is dedicated to celebrating the contributions professionals have made to improve healthcare quality. It also gives you a great opportunity to say thank you to those healthcare professionals who have impacted you or your family by providing quality care when you needed it the most. And, … Read More

5 Takeaways from the Global Leadership Summit

August 26, 2019Uncategorized

5 Takeaways from the Global Leadership Summit (well I’ve just got to share 6!) Debbie Franklin was part of a group of leaders from Inspirien who recently attended The Global Leadership Summit 2019. Here she shares information from some of her favorite speakers and how to get more information from GLS. 1. Everyone wins when the leader … Read More

Response to “Getting an Accurate Count on Medical Errors”

July 1, 2019Uncategorized

Medical errors continue to be a detriment to patient safety and can lead not only to significant patient harm but patient death.  Even though everyone agrees the focus should be on preventing the next error, the very complexity of the problem itself leads to confusion.  For long term improvement to occur, we must address all … Read More

5 things I learned at the 2019 AlaHA Annual Meeting

June 14, 2019Uncategorized

5 things I learned at the 2019 AlaHA Annual Meeting That Florida is not always the Sunshine State. It rained almost the entire conference, but that didn’t stop us from learning and laughing with our customers and fellow sponsors. Even in the midst of difficult times for rural hospitals, there are some things to do … Read More

5 Key Takeaways from Insuretech Connect 2018 (ITC2018)

October 5, 2018Uncategorized

Seems appropriate that the conference focused on risk is held in Vegas, the gambling capital of the world.  There wasn’t much time for us to partake as we spent two meeting heavy days learning about what’s next in the world of insurance and risk.    Here are just a few observations: Cyber risks are talked … Read More

3 Ways Hospitals Can Protect Staff and Increase Profits

November 30, 2016Uncategorized

What would you guess is one of the most hazardous places to work? Construction site? Factory, maybe? Either of those two guesses would have been correct 20 years ago, but according to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA), hospitals are now one of the most hazardous places to work in the United States with … Read More

Great American Smokeout Day

November 17, 2016Uncategorized

If you knew that you could decrease your high blood pressure, cut the likelihood of getting coronary heart disease and cancer in half, decrease your chances of having a stroke and improve your circulation, would you go for it? Well, if you’re a smoker – you can! Quitting smoking is a process that starts one … Read More