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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.
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.
This radiology team reduced sick days after it surveyed employees about attendance policies and created guidelines.
The lab team saved time and money when it identified which tests oncology patients actually needed, they created a pass to get patients to the front of the line, and fast-tracked the processing of tests.
The nutrition team improved communication to better identify and treat malnourished patients.
Transport time dropped when this team coordinated with other departments, ensured labs and meds were ready and made other improvements.
Member satisfaction increased once folks on the pediatrics unit began a campaign to improve communication with each other.
Service scores shot up when this oncology team paired a nurse with a buddy to help with patient response.
Couriers reduced workplace injuries after the team created a daily stretching routine and discussed proper lifting and pushing techniques.
This region reduced workplace injuries by proactively identifying hazards and finding fun ways to raise awareness.
Pediatrics department identified asthmatic patients and explained the benefits of inhaled corticosteroids, increasing the number of refills for patients who needed them.
By coordinating with other departments, like emergency and transportation, the diagnostic imagining department could better serve patients at a brisk and efficient pace.