Healthcare Management Training Videos
Video Streaming Also AvailableAs a healthcare professional, you know that your patients continually rely on you for their health and safety – but what about your own? It can only take a minute of neglect on your part or that of a co-worker for you to become a patient yourself.
Cumulative trauma disorders are the fastest growing category of occupational injuries in the United States. This program will help you identify ergonomic hazards in your work area and focuses on the prevention of the most common injuries you will face as a healthcare worker.
Help your home health facility comply with HIPAA’s Privacy Rule – the first comprehensive federal protection guidelines for the privacy of health information. This training video will teach your staff the new guidelines for protecting patient privacy and confidentiality in home healthcare under the new rule.
Video Streaming Also AvailableHealthcare facilities are no longer considered immune from the violence of the outside world. In one state alone, nearly 60 percent of hospital employees received injuries from patients or visitors. Protect your employees by teaching them how to spot potential violence and how to diffuse a hostile situation.
Video Streaming Also AvailableMedication Management You Can Prevent Errors! Preventing medication errors promotes patient safety.
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According to CDC statistics, HAIs have endangered more a 1 million patient resulting in 90, 000 deaths annually. The costs the healthcare facilities can be staggering! With this new program, your staff will learn the common HAI causes and detailed prevention measures
Preventing medical errors that harm patients is the goal of People-Based Patient Safety®.
This easy-to-read, practical guide filled with ideas and case studies explains how to apply ACTS ? the specific skills that raise staff awareness about working safely and avoiding errors.
Culturally competent health care includes a variety of cultural beliefs and customs rather than imposing one standard of behavior or belief upon everyone. You can use this training to educate professional and paraprofessional home care and hospital staff about behaviors and communication tools that foster respect and sensitivity.
This program defines disruptive behavior among healthcare workers, providing examples and differentiating subtle forms from obvious manifestations. It points out the impact of disruptive behavior on employee health, morale, performance, turnover, organization's reputation, communication, teamwork and patient safety.