The transformative potential of EHRs continues to evolve in unexpected ways and affect surprising corners of the healthcare field.
Pinterest is now the Internet’s third largest social networking site. It allows users to bookmark or “Pin” photos of things they like and share them with others in their network.
When you’re being evaluated by a recruiter, your skills, experience, education, and credentials aren’t the only criteria they’re looking at.
Are you looking for a job as a cancer registrar within the healthcare sector? As one of the hottest jobs in the industry as of late, you may be in for a highly successful and profitable future.
The field of medical coding is vast, vibrant, and growing fast. In the increasingly complicated world of healthcare, medical coders play an essential role and help to ensure the best possible outcomes for patients and providers alike.
Songs to Do CPR By Susan Schmunk, CSTR, CAISS Have you ever thought that you wouldn’t be able to do CPR if you were called to? There is a collection of songs on Spotify, “Songs to do CPR to” playlist, that may help you.
Use of Radio-frequency Identification (RFID) System Surveillance to Document Attending Physician Arrival to Trauma Activations Susan Schmunk, CSTR, CAISS A recent article published in Trauma Performance Improvement outlines the use of RFID chips in a New York Hospital to improve documentation and in turn determine compliance with the American College of Surgeon (ACS) guidelines …
Susan Schmunk, CSTR, CAISS According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on average, every day, 300 children ages 0 to 19 are treated in emergency rooms across the country for burn-related injuries and two children die as a result of being burned.
Concussion Research Update Susan Schmunk, CSTR, CAISS A concussion is a mild brain injury that occurs after a fall, crash or blow to the head.