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  • New Report Highlights Growing Complications for Antimicrobial Resistance

    New Report Highlights Growing Complications for Antimicrobial Resistance

    What do you do when some of the most common bacteria are also the most resistant to treatment?

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  • How To Renovate Your Organization's Patient Safety Culture

    How To Renovate Your Organization's Patient Safety Culture

    Re-organizing Milford Regional Medical Center's approach to quality and safety has not been a simple task, but the team is already seeing improvements.

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  • Transforming Patient Relations with Non-Traditional Team Members

    Transforming Patient Relations with Non-Traditional Team Members

    As healthcare processes become more digital, there’s been a renewed focus on human interaction.

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  • Maintaining Momentum for Quality at Memorial Medical Center

    Maintaining Momentum for Quality at Memorial Medical Center

    Training 30 percent more people. Implementing 30 percent more projects. Achieving 30 percent measurable improvement. For Memorial Medical Center this is a recipe to quality improvement.

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  • Building Bridges for Patient Engagement

    Building Bridges for Patient Engagement

    As the expectation around patient experience grows, health systems must look to juggle the different demographics and cater to all patients’ needs.

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  • The 2018 Trailblazer Award

    The 2018 Trailblazer Award

    This year we launched the Trailblazer Award in recognition of RL clients who have made an impact in their organization and the healthcare community.

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  •  Integrating Quality and Safety Data for Better Staff and Patient Outcomes

    Integrating Quality and Safety Data for Better Staff and Patient Outcomes

    How can we leverage integrated tools and data in order to set up systems for improved workplace safety, and ultimately bridge the connection to quality?

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  • The Target Remains Zero: Continuing the Quest for Quality at Children’s Hospital Colorado

    The Target Remains Zero: Continuing the Quest for Quality at Children’s Hospital Colorado

    Children’s Colorado knows that the quest for quality at their organization is an ongoing pursuit, and it’s not without obstacles.

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  • Doctor Drain: A Risk and Quality Perspective on the Primary Physician Shortage

    Doctor Drain: A Risk and Quality Perspective on the Primary Physician Shortage

    The looming shortage of family physicians is pushing healthcare professionals to plan for a future where access to primary care will be more difficult. Take a deep dive into the physician shortage.

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  • It's Never Too Late (or Early) To Build a Learning Culture

    It's Never Too Late (or Early) To Build a Learning Culture

    Learning and change are partners in the evolution of healthcare. There are lots of ways to build a learning culture - from the complexity of a root cause analysis to having open conversations.

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  • Lessons from Mass. Eye & Ear: Engaging Staff with RL Office Hours

    Lessons from Mass. Eye & Ear: Engaging Staff with RL Office Hours

    To engage staff and promote use of the RL system, Mass. Eye & Ear started office hours to create an open forum for questions and learning.

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  • Closing the Loop in Peer Review

    Closing the Loop in Peer Review

    Gundersen Health System has worked hard to close the loop in peer review to ensure that action plans and recommendations are being received and carried out. Learn more about their journey.

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  • Forecasting the Flu: Bridging Surveillance Gaps with Technology

    Forecasting the Flu: Bridging Surveillance Gaps with Technology

    In the midst of one of the most challenging flu seasons in a decade, experts are looking toward a future where machine learning may help make forecasting more accurate.

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  • RL Palooza Sessions of the Week

    RL Palooza Sessions of the Week

    Looking for session recommendations? Here are our picks of the week! Don't miss out, sessions are filling up fast.

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  • Top 10 RL Palooza Myths Uncovered

    Top 10 RL Palooza Myths Uncovered

    With just over a month left, we're excited to announce that this year's User Group Conference is going to be our biggest yet!

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  • Making Your Infection Surveillance Data Work for You

    Making Your Infection Surveillance Data Work for You

    Data’s power lies in how you use it. Take a look at creative uses of infection surveillance data and how to get the most out of the information you’re taking in.

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  • Trading Checklists for a System's Approach to Quality Improvement

    Trading Checklists for a System's Approach to Quality Improvement

    How can hospitals and health systems get insights into risks, prevent patient harm and development intervention protocols more effectively? By tossing out checklists in favor of a bird’s eye view.

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  • What Happens When Antibiotics Don't Work: Responses to Antimicrobial Resistance

    What Happens When Antibiotics Don't Work: Responses to Antimicrobial Resistance

    What happens when there are no antibiotics left that work? Learn how organizations in Australia and New Zealand are tackling that question through antimicrobial stewardship.

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  • Streamlining Processes to Maximize RCAs

    Streamlining Processes to Maximize RCAs

    Bryan Health was always attuned to how event reviews could help them meet their patient safety goals - learn the tools and strategies they used to make it a reality.

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  • What Happened, Not Who Did It: Bringing Flexibility and Focus to Peer Review

    What Happened, Not Who Did It: Bringing Flexibility and Focus to Peer Review

    North Shore Medical Center focuses on what happened - not who did it - in their peer review process. The added flexibility in their latest upgrade helps make that possible.

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