Patient safety advocate organization Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy is to hold a fundraising Zumba class to bring attention patient safety education & advocacy.
Medicare penalties on payments to hospitals with poor patient safety highlight the problem. Family involvement in promoting best practices is part of the solution.
Three Healthcare Professionals Contribute Their Expertise to Leading Patient Safety Advocacy Group
The Ebola outbreak highlights the fact that hospital-acquired infections of other kinds are still a problem in this country. Patients and families have to make sure clinicians have washed hands before touching them, according to PULSE of NY.
Long Island Professionals for Patient Safety will presenting a free workshop on planning for future health issues — "Preparing for the Unexpected: ARE YOU READY?" — at Farmingdale Village Hall on Saturday, October 25th, 2014 2:00-4:00 PM.
Joan Rivers' recent death due to preventable medical error highlights the need for greater patient safety. PULSE of NY offers classes and training that equip patients and families to protect themselves when using the health system.
Continued support for patient safety advocacy and education efforts on Long Island.
A recent meeting of the Council on Patient Safety in Women's Health Care highlighted healthcare culture change and patient engagement as key to better patient safety.
16 people graduated from PULSE of NY's inaugural Patient Safety Advocate Training class held in Freeport NY.