On September 29, 2020 California Governor, Gavin Newsom, approved Bill 2537 that requires public and private employers in general acute … Read More
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ASSEMBLY BILL 2537: Mandatory 3 Month Supply of PPE Products
Your Trusted Minority Owned Partners to Meet California Assembly Bill No. 962
As a healthcare worker, your days are demanding, and time is limited. You selflessly care for your patients while attempting … Read More
Untangling Disorganization on Drug Labeling in ICU
Recent studies show that over a 9 year period, infusion mix-up errors were the most common (22.6%; n = 205), … Read More
What Death Rate Do You Have Due to VAP in Covid Patients?
NeVap ET Tube Simex Per the CDC’s data effective Nov 30, 2020, 12 states have a higher than 50% death … Read More
Helpful Tools to Comfort Children After a Disaster in a Healthcare Setting
Having to be in a hospital for an illness or injury is cause for concern enough, imagine being admitted because … Read More
12 Common Mistakes When Applying for Grants
Healthcare facilities that avoid the following pitfalls will be more likely to have winning grant applications. This was an article … Read More
Will Health Care Professionals Work in a Disaster?
A Hospital’s surge of patients during a disaster depends largely on having an adequate number of personnel to provide care. … Read More
What Do These Symbols Mean and Why Are They Important
NSF – National Sanitation Foundation The basic NSF International logo is the round blue mark with white lettering. This logo … Read More
Where to Store Disaster Food?
Storage options can be a tricky thing for medical facilities that do not have the space available. In addition to … Read More
Is How Your Food Packaged Important to the Shelf Life and Quality of Your Disaster Food?
There are 3 main components that spoil food, water (Moisture) Heat and Oxygen. When removing these elements from our food … Read More