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How Elemeno Health Supports Coordinated Care

With the Elemeno Health platform available via any mobile device, case managers at Alameda County Care Connect are able to deliver accurate information and serve their clients in a more efficient and effective manner. Alameda Care Connect, based in Oakland,...

Whole Person Care: Mental Health Resources Make a Difference

This year, COVID-19 has pushed emotional wellness and self-care topics to the forefront. Unemployment, self-isolation, remote schooling and uncertainty of one’s health or future is causing unprecedented anxiety and depression. Mental health awareness and suicide ...

COVID-19 Readiness: Who are we Forgetting and why that’s a Problem

This week a hospital Emergency Room essentially closed because it did not have enough staff. A patient with COVID-19 had recently been seen in the ER. Unfortunately, many frontline staff were not appropriately protected,...

Healthcare and Leadership: What 21st Century Hospitals can Learn from one of the 20th Century’s Greatest Generals

“You don’t lead by hitting people over the head-that’s assault, not leadership.” – Dwight D. Eisenhower, 5-Star General & 34th President

Improving Patient Safety: Closing the Knowledge-Practice Gap at the Frontlines

The knowledge-practice gap. Technology is fueling the exponential growth of healthcare knowledge, while the capacity of the human brain to master tasks remains static. There is a rapidly expanding gap between what institutions know, and what frontline caregivers...

YOUR VOICE IS NEEDED!

Please contact your legislator in the U.S. House of Representatives to ask for his/her support and co-sponsorship of the “The Workplace Violence Prevention Act for Health Care and Social Service Workers”(H.R. 1195).

TAKE ACTION: https://www.acep.org/federal-advocacy/federal-advocacy-overview/advocacy-action-center/?vvsrc=%2FCampaigns%2F81639%2FRespond%3Fvvsn%3DBTVQnAw8ACn7TA7GZ0X7FAA https://twitter.com/fox5ny/status/1364451258833252353

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A female doctor was stabbed multiple times in the face and head as she treated a patient at a Philadelphia hospital on Tuesday afternoon.​ https://www.fox5ny.com/news/patient-stabs-doctor-multiple-times-at-philadelphia-hospital?taid=6035e7e0d1af600001283504&utm_campaign=trueanthem&utm_medium=trueanthem&utm_source=twitter

You can put #hearthealth first this Sat. 3/6. Join our free Annual Heart Forum online to listen in on discussions with world-class cardiologists and even ask them your questions as they discuss heart disease, prevention and treatment. Register here: https://bit.ly/3rfaNrq

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