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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.

Our independent reporting features interviews with hospital leaders and helps you get a better handle on navigating today's value-based care climate, whether you're an administrator, planner, CEO, consultant, manufacturer, or government official.

This service is available as part of our Health Technology Assessment Information Service.

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Let's Talk about Death: Organizations Prepare Clinicians for Difficult End-of-Life Discussionshttps://www.ecri.org/components/HRCAlerts/Pages/HRCAlerts022118_Dying.aspxLet's Talk about Death: Organizations Prepare Clinicians for Difficult End-of-Life Discussions2/21/2018 12:00:00 AM ​trategies for supporting “second victims," providers most directly involved in an adverse event, were highlighted in the January 22, 2018, issue of Quick Safety from the Joint Commission.
Florida School Shooting: Hospital Had Just Drilled for an Active Shooter Situation—Then it Faced the Real Thinghttps://www.ecri.org/components/HRCAlerts/Pages/HRCAlerts022118_Florida.aspxFlorida School Shooting: Hospital Had Just Drilled for an Active Shooter Situation—Then it Faced the Real Thing2/21/2018 12:00:00 AM A Florida hospital that had recently "ramped up" its preparation for an active shooter scenario faced the real thing after a shooter killed 17 people at a nearby high school, according to a February 16, 2018, article in the Miami Herald.
Trying to Be “Perfect in an Imperfect World”: Strategies for Healing Healthcare’s Second Victimshttps://www.ecri.org/components/HRCAlerts/Pages/HRCAlerts021418_Victims.aspxTrying to Be “Perfect in an Imperfect World”: Strategies for Healing Healthcare’s Second Victims2/14/2018 12:00:00 AM ​Strategies for supporting “second victims," providers most directly involved in an adverse event, were highlighted in the January 22, 2018, issue of Quick Safety from the Joint Commission.