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Mailing supplies directly to patients turned out to be efficient and popular.
Patients got their supplies faster and easier once this team improved its workflow.
Unit Manager Manlee Velasco, RN, (left) and labor co-lead Jenalyn Andres, RN, adopted a successful practice from Southern California to reduce patient falls.
Walking With Every Patient Prevents Falls
How nurses in Hawaii cut patient falls in half.
July 31, 2015
Nurse Eula Maddox attends a patient at Southwood Medical Center.
Virtual UBT Fair: Spreading a Safety Success
Patients with abnormal test results get the care they need.
April 20, 2015
The Panorama City pharmacy UBT in Southern California encourages patients to use mail-order service, one way to keep KP affordable.
Around the Regions (Spring 2014)
A quick tour of what's going on.
April 2, 2014
Sponsors Joseph Gonzales, senior radiology manager, and Rebecca Torres, pharmacy technician and SEIU Local 105 member
Around the Regions (Fall 2012)
Eight quick hits on work being done in partnership.
November 1, 2012
Cindy O'Brien, the team's labor co-lead; Cynthia Field, its management co-lead; and Angela Washington, a clinical assistant II and OPEIU Local 2.
Workflow Helps Patients Control Blood Pressure
How a Mid-Atlantic States team improved flow.
May 8, 2012
UBTs can help physicians achieve their clinical goals and improve their efficiency, according to The Permanente Journal.
The Case for Unit-Based Teams
Permanente Journal highlights physician engagement in UBTs.
July 23, 2010