Becker's Clinical Quality & Infection Control

July/August 2019 IC_CQ

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July/August 2019 • Vol. 2019 No. 4 Inside The Issue: Viewpoint: Hospitals must lift veil of secrecy around superbug outbreaks p. 13 How hospitals are glamorizing the mammogram p. 17 IU Health rolls out star ratings for 450 facilities: 3 things to know p. 18 WHO urges adoption of antibiotic resistance tool p. 24 5 tips for sustainable antibiotic use p. 27 How 1 hospital saved $322K in 4 months with a new sepsis strategy p. 29 'Weekend effect' is a myth, study suggests p. 30 BECKER'S Clinical Leadership & Infection Control 50+ STORIES FEATURED Viewpoint: Patients' lies to providers must be addressed p. 16 Scripps CXO: How to make patient experience part of employees' daily routines p. 18 Nurse understaffing linked to higher HAI risk p. 10 Why zero harm is a realistic goal for every hospital p. 12 INSIDE THE ISSUE 'Beyond horrifying': Cardiologists warned UNC Children's of heart program issues p. 6 How Penn Medicine is tackling sepsis readmissions p. 32 Patients may have worse outcomes when surgeons act unprofessionally p. 29 SAVE THE DATE SAVE THE DATE Becker's Hospital Review 5th Annual Health IT + Revenue Cycle Conference October 9-12, 2019 Hyatt Regency | Chicago, Illinois Hear 225+ 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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