Becker's Clinical Quality & Infection Control

May/June 2019 IC_CQ

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May/June 2019 • Vol. 2019 No. 3 SAVE THE DATE Inside The Issue: Multidrug-resistant infections cost hospitals $2.4B annually p. 6 Measles uptick may be 'new normal,' says CDC leader p. 14 Safety issues spur Pennsylvania hospital to create new exec position p. 26 10 most common sentinel events of 2018 p. 38 Tufts launches antimicrobial resistance research center p. 50 Viewpoint: How to tell patients AI is part of their care p. 60 Better hospital care cannot prevent most sepsis deaths, study finds p. 78 BECKER'S Clinical Leadership & Infection Control 110+ STORIES FEATURED Physician viewpoint: Why are we still using stethoscopes? p. 81 The universal rule on how much time hospitals should spend on quality in board meetings p. 79 Physicians 'terrorized into silence' by anti-vaccine groups online p. 14 How Mount Sinai increased hand hygiene compliance by 20% p. 10 INSIDE THE ISSUE Steal this idea: How a 'D' grade redefined the role of quality teams at Piedmont Health p. 69 From national security to hospital safety: How SSM Health's Chief Quality Officer Dr. Alexander Garza is tackling HAIs p. 18 Why this Boston physician gives his cellphone number to patients p. 58 Becker's Hospital Review 5th Annual Health IT + Revenue Cycle Conference October 9-12, 2019 Hyatt Regency | Chicago, Illinois Hear 215+ speakers from hospitals and health systems - focused on Health IT and Revenue Cycle www.beckershospitalreview.com/health-it-revenue-cycle-conference

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