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More involvement by patients, clinicians and others in the health care community in developing comparative clinical effectiveness research studies will make such studies far more useful in clinical decision-making.
WASHINGTON, BUENOS AIRES, Argentina, BRUSSELS, Belgium, and MANILA, Philippines, May 12, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- International Nurses Day is an opportunity to learn about the work of nurses and their contribution to improving environmental health.
A concerted effort to boost research on women's health over the last two decades has lessened the burden of disease and reduced deaths among women due to cardiovascular disease, breast cancer, and cervical cancer, says a new report from the Institute of Medicine.
PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania, August 10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- - Nursing Consult Feature Empowers Nurses to Improve Patient Care, Help Prevent Costly Mistakes; Hospitals Benefit From Averting the Reimbursement Losses Elsevier, a world leader in healthcare and medical publishing and online solutions, today announced the availability of a new online tool within Mosby's Nursing Consult designed to help nurses prevent the 10 "Never Events" identified by the Centers for Medicare and...
Evidence suggests that outcomes in many clinical settings leave a lot to be desired, which means that research into quality improvement (QI) in clinical care has the potential to greatly improve the lot of patients.
Zynx Health, the leader in evidence-based healthcare, announced that Zynx clinicians made 1,755 evidence-related changes to order sets and plans of care during the third quarter of 2008.
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