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A Food and Nutrition team creates an environment where employees feel free to voice their opinions and ideas—and can expect action to be taken on their input.
Georgia’s regional nephrology team cut the time dialysis patients spent on chest catheters by 13 percent.
By using secondary tubing , which can be just as safe as primary tubing for many IV uses, this team saved a bunch of money.
Patients did a better job of showing up for appointments when members of this Radiology team simply called to remind them.
Pediatrics team suggested kid-friendly food like peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, and created restaurant style menus with imagery of zoo animals.
Adult Primary Care team increased the proportion of patients with their high blood pressure under control after a concerted outreach effort.
The proportion of newborns getting at least 60 minutes of skin-to-skin contact with their moms soared after this labor and delivery team communicated with staff about the importance of this practice.
Parent satisfaction scores went up with this NICU team used a checklist to teach new parents about their baby and created a script for nurses that didn't feel rehearsed.
Complaints about bruising dropped after this lab team took action to identify the root of the problem and get better supplies.
Adhering to important guidelines to keep patients safe and healthy after surgery was high after this team educated staff and coordinated with pharmacists and other teams to ensure compliance.
This Transport team got patients discharged or to their next destination quicker when they began keeping gurneys where they were needed, cleaned and ready for the next patient.
The pediatrics team increased hand-washing rates after it put up posters of cute kids as hand-washing reminders and made other common-sense improvements.
By tightening up processes and communication, this telemetry team improved the way it monitors patients.