The Clinician's Corner
Case Presentation: Diagnosing Spinal Epidural Abscess

Spinal epidural abscess (SEA) is one of the most difficult conditions to diagnose, but there are common threads among failure to diagnose spinal epidural abscess cases. This case is presented to provide perspective and to increase our vigilance for catching this disabling and possibly even fatal diagnosis.

Webinar from the Archive
Physician Integration Along the Patient Safety Spectrum: From Pre-school to PhD
Dr. Dan Sullivan discusses several stages of integration or onboarding of employed medical staff from a risk and safety perspective. He shares stories from 4 organizations on how they are approaching this challenge and outlines 5 key questions your organization should consider as you integrate medical staff.

Case Study
Eliminating Inappropriate Discharge of Patients with Very Abnormal Vital Signs
A large U.S. health system partnered with TSG to gather data showing that 19% of patients were being discharged from emergency departments across the system with very abnormal vital signs.

This case study outlines the significant improvements realized in re-evaluating very abnormal vital signs prior to discharge.

From the Blog
The Promise of the Electronic Medical Record
What was the promise of the electronic medical record? Read more about the road ahead and the potential EMRs have to increase patient safety. 

Attending ACEP? Request a demo of a simply brilliant software application solution. 
Meet Us on the Road
Emergency Nurses Association Conference: September 14 - 17
American Society of Healthcare Risk Managers Conference:  September 25-28
American College of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly:  October 16-19
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November 29-December 1
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