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Aid our faulty memories!

Another common problem in the Nepali medical work-space: we rely too much on our memories.

 

Our memories are faulty. We live in the age of information surplus and not in the time of William Osler or Edward Jenner. 508 more words

Personal Opinion

Influential Leapfrog Group Jumps In To Rate 5,600 Surgery Centers

The influential Leapfrog Group, which grades nearly 2,000 U.S. hospitals, is launching a national survey to evaluate the safety and quality of up to 5,600 surgery centers that perform millions of outpatient procedures every year. 854 more words

Cost And Quality

Perfection

Perfection
Like most physicians, I am a little obsessive-compulsive, which keeps us from making critical errors clinically. Sometimes it is hard for us to accept that perfection is not possible for mere mortals. 48 more words

Despite Red Flags At Surgery Centers, Overseers Award Gold Seals

At his surgery center near San Diego, Rodney Davis wore scrubs, was referred to as “Dr. Rod” and carried the title of director of surgery. But he was a physician assistant, not a doctor, who anesthetized patients and performed liposuction with little input from his supervising doctor, court records show. 2,559 more words

Cost And Quality

The Performance Management Group (TPMG) announces its 3rd Quarter Lean Six Sigma Excellence in Healthcare Delivery Certification Graduates.

8/30/2018 – Phoenix, Arizona  USA

The Performance Management Group (TPMG) announces its 3rd Quarter Lean Six Sigma Excellence in Healthcare Delivery Certification Graduates.

TPMG Education Services would like to congratulate its 3rd Quarter 2018 Lean Six Sigma Certification Graduates. 201 more words

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