State Disclosure Information
- Healthcare-Associated Infections in North Carolina 2012
- Healthcare-Associated Infections in North Carolina 2013
- Resource: NC Division of Health And Wellness as well as Person Solutions (Monday April 28, 2014).
Consumers Union Records.
- Wellness and Human Being Services Grants for medical facility infection prevention at surgical facilities.
- Uploaded 08/05/09 at 4:02 pm.
HHS Assistant Kathleen Sebelius marks ARRA cash to stand-alone or same-day medical facilities to eliminate medical facility infections in 12 states.
- State Healthcare Facility Infection Public Reporting Regulations.
- Uploaded 05/15/09 at 4:49 pm.
- Recap of state laws health center infection reporting regulations.
Consumers Union News Releases.
- HHS Announces National Project to Improve Patient Safety And Security.
- Uploaded 04/12/11 at 12:34 pm.
CONSUMERS UNION SAFE INDIVIDUAL JOB– NEWS RELEASE Please Keep In Mind: Consumers Union can link reporters with clients that have actually experienced health center infections and various other medical harm. To learn more, contact Michael McCauley at [email protected] For Immediate Release: Tuesday, April 12, 2011 Call: Michael McCauley ([email protected]), 415-902-9537 (cell), 415-431-6747,.
- Avandia included in the growing listing of drugs that just might eliminate you.
- Uploaded 05/24/07 at 6:01 pm.
You can’t grab a paper or switch on the news this week without hearing about Avandia, the latest hit drug in the spotlight for possibly deadly adverse effects. This therapy, recommended to about 6 million diabetics given that 1999, is most likely to increase heart disease and also heart attacks in its customers.
- NC health center: 18 potentially exposed to unusual condition.
- Resource: Washington Article (Tuesday February 11, 2014).
Washington Blog post reports: “Eighteen individuals at a North Carolina hospital might have been subjected to an unusual neurological disease after medical tools wasn’t correctly disinfected, authorities said.”.
- Operating-Room Fire at Health Center Burns Client, Motivates Changes.
- Resource: The Pilot Information (Friday August 9, 2013).
Operating-Room Fire at NC hospital burns client, motivating CMS to examine medical facility’s safety and security strategy.
- NC research study reduced medical facility readmissions among state’s sickest, poorest people.
- Source: Information Viewer (Wednesday August 7, 2013).
News Onlooker records: “A North Carolina study on minimizing pricey healthcare facility visits reduced readmissions by 20 percent amongst the sickest as well as poorest individuals who are most vulnerable to counting on medical facilities for their medical care.”.
Aching joints develop numerous issues.
Resource: Lincoln Times-News (Saturday June 8, 2013).
Guest columnist Kathryn Yarbro discusses her knee replacement surgical treatment and also having to use a cane.
- North Carolina launches first public record on hospital-acquired infections.
- Source: Charlotte Viewer (Saturday January 26, 2013).
North Carolina publishes its first-ever record on hospital-acquired infections. Although infection data are now offered on the Medicare internet site, Lisa McGiffert, supervisor of Consumers Union’s Safe Patient Project, said it’s still vital for states to release their very own.
- Research faults care at Fayetteville dialysis clinics.
- Resource: FayObserver.com (Monday September 5, 2011).
Infection control as well as other patient safety and security repeating failures recorded at three Fayetteville dialysis facilities.
- Study: Medical Errors in NC Indicative of Nationwide Trouble.
- Source: Public News Service (Friday December 10, 2010).
It’s not obtaining any kind of far better when it pertains to lowering the rate of clinical errors occurring in North Carolina, according to a current research released in the “New England Journal of Medicine.”.
- Research discovers area for enhancement on NC client safety and security.
- Source: Asheville Citizen-Times (Tuesday November 30, 2010).
A six-year study at 10 North Carolina healthcare facilities showed no decrease in so-called patient “harms,” which included clinical mistakes and also inevitable errors.
- Study Finds No Progression in Safety at Hospitals.
- Resource: New York City Times (Wednesday November 24, 2010).
A new research performed from 2002 to 2007 in 10 North Carolina medical facilities, located that harm to individuals prevailed and that the number of incidents did not reduce with time. One of the most typical issues were problems from treatments or medicines and hospital-acquired infections. Go here to view the research study.
- ‘ Super insect’ that’s immune to prescription antibiotics endangers health center individuals.
- Resource: Washington Post (Tuesday August 24, 2010).
- ” A recent study found 25 percent more C. diff than MRSA in 28 area health centers in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and also Georgia.”.