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3 Ways to Stay Safe from Workplace Violence, Risks in Emergency Medicine, and More

By Alison Anderson, Missy Padoll, Wallinda Hutson, CRICO

Related to: Claims, Emergency Medicine, Patient Safety Awareness, Publications

CRICO Insights: April 2021

3 Strategies To Stay Safe From Workplace Violence 

Violence against health care workers is an ever-present threat that has been increasing over the past several years.1 Below are some key strategies, adapted from an AMC PSO Patient Safety Alert, to help physicians prevent or de-escalate violence in the workplace:

1.

Attend any training offered on de-escalation, especially if you’re in a high-risk area, e.g., Emergency Medicine or Psychiatry.

2.

Know what to do if, in your clinical assessment, your patient may become a threat.

3.

Support coordination among nursing staff and security personnel.

 

Read the full report: Patient Safety Alert: Patient & Visitor De-escalation

 

1. The Persistent Pandemic of Violence Against Health Care Workers. Am J Manag Care. 2020;26(12):e377-e379.

 

 

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Help For Optimizing Care and Preventing Risk With Virtual Visits

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Risks in Emergency Medicine: Contributing Factors

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Is the Cures Act a Game Changer? Patients Now See Clinical Notes

In our most recent blog, CRICO’s VP of Patient Safety Pat Folcarelli, RN, PhD, looks at the day-to-day impact of the information blocking rule of the 21st Century Cures Act, which went into effect on April 5th, and how it impacts how clinicians record and share notes with their patients. Share your notes safely...

 


April 15, 2021
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