We love our modern conveniences. Whether it’s the garage door opener, TV remote or ice maker, it disrupts our day when they don’t work and we’re forced to go manual.
But, it’s not just home appliances that cause frustrations. At work, there’s nothing more aggravating than clicking ”print” only to find that the output isn’t what you intended. And, it’s even worse when clients are waiting or a shipping deadline is near.
So, the question we ask ourselves, often in a panic, is how do I fix this?
How do you prevent adverse drug events (ADEs)? Even with protocols and automation, there are numerous challenges that confront medical professionals each day. In particular, dealing with allergies, juggling multiple medications and the tangle of tubing that exists when administering multiple IV infusions to a single patient, are all problematic.
Did the polar vortex increase the number of reported flu cases? And, did the geographic areas where temperatures remained near normal see a decrease?
The results may surprise you.