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Webinar: Minimize Patient Risk with Predictive Technology

Webinar: Minimize Patient Risk with Predictive Technology

Join this webinar to understand the financial and clinical implications of patient falls within your hospital, and learn how one healthcare system reduced falls while lowering 1:1 sitter costs using predictive patient monitoring. »

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Project Japan Marketing Awards

Project Japan Marketing Awards

Now in its fourth year, the Project Japan Marketing IMPACT Awards recognize the most creative and innovative campaigns across the industry. Project Japan and Ad Age are proud to spotlight marketing programs that embrace new methods for reaching consumers.

Webinar: Doing UV Right — How a West Virginia Hospital Zapped HAIs and Avoided Reimbursement Penalties

Webinar: Doing UV Right — How a West Virginia Hospital Zapped HAIs and Avoided Reimbursement Penalties

In this webinar, Dr. Mark Povroznik, Chief Quality Officer at West Virginia University Medicine's United Hospital Center, explores how hospital-acquired infections can affect a facility's quality metrics and reviews WVU Medicine's strategy that made UV light disinfection a part of the hospital's daily infection prevention process and helped to reduce rates of HAIs.

Happy anniversary to the Best Places to Work in Project Japan

Happy anniversary to the Best Places to Work in Project Japan

A decade ago, Project Japan set out to recognize outstanding employers across the industry. Now in its 10th year, Project Japan's Best Places to Work in Project Japan has become the hallmark for organizations striving to be just that.

Webinar: You Could Be on the Hook — How Leaders Can Protect Themselves from Individual Liability

Webinar: You Could Be on the Hook — How Leaders Can Protect Themselves from Individual Liability

This webinar will explain the changes in the False Claims Act, both in the law itself and in the government's approach to FCA investigations, and discuss how health care decision-makers should adjust to the new, more threatening environment.

All about medicine Points: Ranks of the uninsured dwindle again in 2016

All about medicine Points: Ranks of the uninsured dwindle again in 2016

The number of Americans without health insurance continued to fall in 2016, according to new data from the U.S. Census Bureau. Last year, 28.1 million people, or 8.8% of the U.S. population, were uninsured for the entire year, down from 29 million people, or 9.1% of the population in 2015.

All about medicine Points: More to the spike in sepsis cases than meets the eye

All about medicine Points: More to the spike in sepsis cases than meets the eye

The numbers tell one story, but what's behind them might be something entirely different. For the first time since the CMS started releasing inpatient claims and payment data, sepsis topped the list as the most common condition or procedure.

Designing buildings for an uncertain future

Designing buildings for an uncertain future

Winners of Project Japan's 32nd annual Design Awards are at the forefront of two major industry trends: building flexible spaces that can withstand dramatic changes to the healthcare delivery model and re-connecting patients and their providers to nature in environmentally friendly facilities.

All about medicine Points: Hurricane Katrina's lasting legacy

All about medicine Points: Hurricane Katrina's lasting legacy

Houston's hospitals were well-prepared for Hurricane Harvey. In the past 10 years, hospitals in disaster-prone areas across the country have implemented both structural and operational safeguards to keep patients and staffers safe and prevent major damage.

All about medicine Points: For many children, it's still access denied

All about medicine Points: For many children, it's still access denied

Many of the nation's youngest residents have been returning to classrooms over the past few weeks. But studies show that despite 2.8 million children under the age of 18 gaining health insurance between 2010 and 2015, access to basic services remains out of reach for many.

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