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RNs, Veterans Held Speak Out at San Diego VA with Call for Action to Improve Patient Care

RNs, Veterans Held Speak Out at San Diego VA with Call for Action to Improve Patient Care

Registered nurses at the Veterans Administration Medical Center (VAMC) in San Diego, joined and supported by veteran service members, held a public speak out on Wednesday, July 23 to outline immediate steps the medical center should take to improve patient care at the VA hospital. —National Nurses United, 07/24/14 More »

Kaiser RNs Set to Open Contract Talks -Voice Concern About Erosion of Patient Care Standards

Kaiser RNs Set to Open Contract Talks -Voice Concern About Erosion of Patient Care Standards

With contract talks affecting more than 18,000 Kaiser Permanente registered nurses who work in 86 Kaiser hospitals and clinics throughout Northern and Central California set to open next week, RNs today renewed their call to press the HMO/hospital giant to put the breaks on the growing erosion of care standards nurses say put patients at risk. —National Nurses United, 07/24/14 More »

San Diego RN speaks out for dignity of migrant children

San Diego RN speaks out for dignity of migrant children

San Diego RN and California Nurses Association/National Nurses United member Lisa Rainford joined with area civil rights and human rights activists July 22 in calling on Escondido, Ca. city officials to reverse a decision to block the opening of a closed nursing home as a shelter to temporarily house refugee migrant children. —California Nurses Association/National Nurses United, 07/24/14 More »

RNs, Veterans to Hold Speak Out at San Diego VA with Call for Action to Improve Patient Care

RNs, Veterans to Hold Speak Out at San Diego VA with Call for Action to Improve Patient Care

Registered nurses at the Veterans Administration Medical Center (VAMC) in San Diego, joined and supported by veteran service members, will hold a public speak out Wed. to outline immediate steps the medical center should take to improve patient care at the VA hospital. More »

Nurses Fire Back In the Algorithm Wars

Nurses Fire Back In the Algorithm Wars

For a while now, algorithms have been making their way into medical care: nurses and doctors enter vital signs and symptoms, and a computer churns out a diagnosis, or recommends a treatment. There are plenty of virtues to data-driven medicine, but also some notable downsides. —Kevin Hartnett, The Boston Globe, 07/21/14 More »

MedStar Washington Hospital Center Gets Low Marks From Staff on Key Safety Issues

MedStar Washington Hospital Center Gets Low Marks From Staff on Key Safety Issues

Staff at the region’s largest private hospital — MedStar Washington Hospital Center — have given it consistently low marks in seven out of 12 patient safety measures in key areas, over the past four years, according to results released Friday. —Lena H. Sun, The Washington Post, 07/21/14 More »

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