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3 Ways to Make Sure the Hospital Has the Right You

January 14th, 2020

It is no surprise that we live in a technical world. The healthcare industry is no different in their efforts to digitize health records and operational processes when you are at the hospital or at your doctor’s office. Patients still face an uphill battle in proper identification of their records and themselves during the registration … Keep reading…

Avoiding a Connecticut Auto Accident During a Long-Distance Winter Trip

January 11th, 2020

Whether you are driving from Connecticut to Northern New England or farther down south, winter weather conditions can make the ride very, very stressful. Winter weather can also contribute to Connecticut auto accidents. Following these long distance winter driving tips could help keep you safe, Get your vehicle inspected before a long trip to avoid … Keep reading…

Fall 2019: How Did Connecticut Hospitals Do?

January 8th, 2020

The Leapfrog Group released its hospital rankings focused on transparency, quality and safety in the U.S. healthcare system. The scores were based on how well each hospital kept its patients safe from infections, injuries, errors and accidents. Hospitals that received an A grade were: William Backus Hospital, Norwich, CT Windham Community Memorial Hospital, Willimantic, CT … Keep reading…

CT Department of Public Health Fines 3 Nursing Homes

January 5th, 2020

The Connecticut Department of Public Health is charged with oversight of buildings and industries that are used by the public such as hospitals, schools, and even nursing homes. The DPH recently fined three Connecticut nursing facilities that put patient safety at risk. Long Ridge Post-Acute Care in Stamford was fined $3,270 after a patient with … Keep reading…

Can Overtired Healthcare Workers Cause Connecticut Medical Malpractice?

January 2nd, 2020

Last year, the American Academy of Nursing released a position statement recommending that nurses get high-quality sleep as a preventative measure for medical errors. Risk of error are 15% higher for those nurses who work evening shifts and 28% higher for those who work night shifts. Americans as a whole are facing sleep deprivation, but … Keep reading…

10 Ways To Prevent A Connecticut Truck Accident This Winter

December 29th, 2019

Encountering a large truck on Connecticut roadways can be nerve-wracking. These large trucks can travel fast and require a lot of space to slow down or stop. Additionally, they are heavily regulated by both state and federal agencies. Sometimes state and federal regulations are not followed and can be the cause of a Connecticut truck … Keep reading…

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