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We Need to Breathe

We Need to Breathe

By Craig Boguslawski, RN, CCM We Need to Breathe (and We Need to Breathe Oxygen to Live) COVID-19 has caused many infected people to develop hypoxia. An assessment of persons with dyspnea after covid frequently have a low oxygen saturation via pulse oximeter and are...

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Advocacy – Getting Involved and Making a Difference

Advocacy – Getting Involved and Making a Difference

By Ronald Hirsch, MD, FACP, CHCQM, CHRI Vice President, Regulations and Education Group R1 RCM Inc. Physician Advisory Solutions Every single day each one of us makes a difference in our work. Whether it is arranging home durable medical equipment, setting up a...

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Improving Health Equity Through The Nurse Licensure Compact

Improving Health Equity Through The Nurse Licensure Compact

By Eric Bergman, RN, BA, CCM It has become cliche to talk about how the past year has changed this or affected that, but the fact remains that the pandemic is one of the most influential events of our generation. Among the things exposed by the pandemic have been the...

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Valentine’s Day A New Way

Valentine’s Day A New Way

It’s Valentine’s Day: A Day that strikes fear into the hearts of gift-givers everywhere, that makes happy couples giddy, that makes unhappy couples cringe (how do you find the perfect card to say, “You don’t make me sick all the time?”), that makes some singles feel...

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COVID Detecting Dogs: Is this the Wave of the Future?

COVID Detecting Dogs: Is this the Wave of the Future?

By Janet Coulter, MSN, MS, RN, CCM Can dogs be trained to identify an olfactory scent of the coronavirus? Could this be a quick screening method to identify persons with COVID-19? In 2020, scientists started exploring the possibility of training dogs to sniff out the...

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The Patient Journey Through The Continuum Of Care

The Patient Journey Through The Continuum Of Care

By Marie Stinebuck, MBA, MSN, ACM, AND Tiffany Ferguson, LMSW, CMAC, ACM Patient satisfaction and the prevention of readmissions are continuously discussed as quality metrics for hospital success. With an increased focus on these and other metrics to continually...

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It’s a Family Affair

It’s a Family Affair

By Melanie Prince, CMSA President  I am excited about the year 2022 and committed to looking forward to a bright future with endless possibilities. But I must make one exception and look back for a moment as I reflect on a wonderful time with family this past holiday...

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