What Would They Say Today?

Eighteen months after the terrorist attacks of 9/11, America’s healthcare leadership announced that while they had not been ready on September 11, 2001, now they were. On March 13, 2003, in a much ballyhooed statement, still sited to this day, the American College of Healthcare Executives announced: “HOSPITAL CEOs SAY BIOTERRORISM PLANS ARE IN PLACE

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Leadership & Management For The Health Care Industry

The contemporary health care industry is making substantial efforts to deliver quality care and increasing credentials driven by competition among the organizations. The main objective is to deliver effective health care service proposes to build the management and leadership capacity of health care managers and practitioners. There are many criteria taken into consideration for managing

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Home Birth Using a Midwife

So why are families having home births? Though each couple may have individual reasons, many women prefer home births because they believe that most of the time pregnancy and childbirth are normal functions of a healthy body – not a potential life-and-death crisis that requires the supervision of a surgeon. Having your baby at home

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Importance of Communication in Hospitals

Interaction with the front desk staff generally forms the patient’s first impression of a hospital. Lack of communication is also often the root cause of a majority of incidents that occur in a hospital. In today’s customer focused healthcare scenario, communication plays a massive role in a hospital. Sadly, it is also one of the

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The Importance of Hospital Hygiene

Hygiene is very important in hospitals. Hospitals are filled with all kinds of viruses and flus, and being hygienic is the only way to stop patients from getting sick. If you are not being hygienic, it can mean that a patient’s condition can get worse and they might even die. Hospital-based infections are the fourth-leading

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