Response to Consumer Reports’ questions from Little Company of Mary Hospital and Health Care Centers
The Low-Down Dozen: Hospital responses to CR (Little Company of Mary Hospital and Health Care Centers, Evergreen Park, IL)
The Low-Down Dozen: Hospital responses to CR (Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services, New Albany, IN)
The Low-Down Dozen: Hospital responses to CR (Brooklyn Hospital Center, Brooklyn, NY)
The first report of its kind, Consumer Reports has utilized CDC data on C-diff and MRSA infections to develop Ratings for more than 3,000 hospitals across the country.
Dangerous infections that are resistant to antibiotics are spreading and growing stronger, with dire consequences.
Consumer Reports releases a new report on antibiotic-resistant superbug infections, the first in a three-part series on America’s antibiotic crisis.
Here’s what you need to know about sleep drugs and the risks.
Most of us have a bad waiter or waitress experience. Maybe they were rude, made a mistake with your dish, or overcharged you. Similarly, people have had less than optimal experiences in the hospital, as a patient or family member of a patient.
Categories: Doctor Accountability, Hospital Infections/ Superbugs, Medical Errors
Tags: Consumer Reports, Consumer Reports dignity and respect survey, Doctor communication, hospital safety, hospital safety tips, Patient communication, Patient Doctor communication, patient empowerment, patient engagement
I was shocked to learn that 15,000 people are estimated to die each year because of cancers caused by the radiation in CT scans.
Consumers Union’s Safe Patient Project hosts a national gathering of patient safety activists from across the country to connect face-to-face, share information and strategize on future work together. This year November 11-13, we held our 9th summit in Yonkers, NY, headquarters of Consumer Reports.
Categories: Doctor Accountability, Hip and Knee Replacement, Hospital Infections/ Superbugs, Medical Errors
Tags: consumer advocacy, Consumer Reports, Consumers Union, patient safety, patient safety advocacy, Safe Patient Project Summit