Patient Safety, Satisfaction and Compliance Trainings

Patient safety simply means ensuring that the patient is safe from a number of perspectives. It is the steps taken by a healthcare setting to prevent harm from happening to the patient. The aim of patient safety is to ensure that medical errors do not ruin the patient's life. Towards ensuring and implementing patient safety, health professionals take many steps to prevent, reduce and report medical errors.

Preparing for a DEA Inspection

A DEA inspection can happen at regular, set intervals or can happen unannounced. A drug or narcotics company has to take proper steps to ensure that it is smooth. more...


Healthcare fraud and abuse are two sides of the same coin

Healthcare fraud and abuse are different but related kinds of malpractice. They affect everyone concerned: the patient, the healthcare unit, the healthcare sector, and eventually, the economy. more...


Healthcare Reform in the US is synonymous with Obamacare

Obamacare has brought in sweeping reforms into the American healthcare scenario by going the extra mile. It makes far-reaching, structural changes in a number of areas. more...


Patient quality and safety in healthcare is vital

Patient quality and safety are core aspects of healthcare. They need to be administered and assessed in the backdrop of a variety of factors. more...


A brief understanding of Environmental Safety Management Systems

Environmental Safety Management Systems, as the name suggests, are a set of regulations and practices meant for ensuring the safety and protection of employees from the adverse effects of the environment. During the course of their work, the employees in many types of industries are exposed to many hazards of the environment. In the same manner, the general public too, is exposed to the same. more...


The Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act

The Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA) is a legislation that the American Congress enacted in 1986 under the provisions of the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) of 1985. This legislation was passed to prevent denial of emergency medical care to persons who visit a hospital or any other healthcare setting for this purpose, irrespective of whether the person is insured or not, or belongs to any culture, race, ethnic group or color. more...


Healthcare Rehabilitation is a vast field

The field of healthcare rehabilitation is very vast and expansive. In traditional societies, most commonly relatable to the Orient and Africa, there is the ages-old cultural belief that it is the duty of children to take care of their parents when they age. more...