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Health Technology Trends is a monthly newsletter featuring unbiased original reporting that keeps you up-to-date on the latest developments in healthcare technology. And it only takes minutes to read.

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For Every Situation, a Simulation: Highlights from Symposium on Patient Safety and Simulationhttps://www.ecri.org/components/HRCAlerts/Pages/HRCAlerts092017_Simulation.aspxFor Every Situation, a Simulation: Highlights from Symposium on Patient Safety and Simulation9/20/2017 12:00:00 AM ​Highlights from the Midwest Healthcare Quality Alliance's (MHQA) annual patient safety and simulation symposium, “Fundamentally Human—An Innovative Exploration of Patient Safety and Engagement," were the focus of a recent article in Patient Safety and Quality Healthcare.
Sentinel Event Alert Gives Eight Tips for High-Quality Handoffshttps://www.ecri.org/components/HRCAlerts/Pages/HRCAlerts091317_Eight.aspxSentinel Event Alert Gives Eight Tips for High-Quality Handoffs9/13/2017 12:00:00 AM ​High-quality handoffs can be achieved by all caregivers, the Joint Commission said, introducing a September 11, 2017, Sentinel Event Alert outlining eight tips for achieving this goal. The accrediting agency advises determining all pieces of critical information that will need to be communicated face to face and in writing.
How Did Florida Hospitals Prepare for Hurricane Irma?https://www.ecri.org/components/HRCAlerts/Pages/HRCAlerts091317_Florida.aspxHow Did Florida Hospitals Prepare for Hurricane Irma?9/13/2017 12:00:00 AM ​Several hospitals across South Florida evacuated patients and shut down operations in advance of Hurricane Irma, according to a September 8, 2017, article in the Washington Post.