Category: Patient Safety

September 23, 2021
Thomson Hospital Kota Damansara shares about the various infection control measures it has taken, and how it ensures effective hospital cleaning standards
September 23, 2021
Cleaning carts are a common fixture in hospital wards and corridors, but usually go unnoticed. However, safe usage of appropriate carts is a key element in the overall infection control process
September 9, 2021
From data breaches, to the complete shutdown of a hospital’s IT system, the consequences of cyberattacks cannot be ignored by the healthcare industry, says Tony Hartono, Information Technology Expert for Indonesia’s Hospital Association (PERSI).
September 2, 2021
It is crucial for healthcare providers to have updated safety and quality standards in place in order to cope with the demands of the new normal, says Dr Karen Luxford, CEO of ACHS International.
September 2, 2021
Dr Boh Toon Li, Clinical lead for the Medical Home Programme, Population Health and Community Transformation at Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, explains why the home hospitalisation model has a key role to play in the future of healthcare in Asia.
August 26, 2021
Dr Pai Peiying of China Medical University Hospital shares how Medi-Span Clinical has helped them achieve closed-loop medication management and raise clinicians’ capabilities
August 26, 2021
Dr Madeleine Grace M. Sosa, Dean of De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute’s College of Medicine, shares how digital tools have aided both faculty and students
August 26, 2021
Prof Ian Symonds, Dean of School of Medicine at International Medical University (IMU), Malaysia shares with us how medical education has evolved in tandem with the wider shifts in the industry
August 19, 2021
Nurses at Taiwan Adventist Hospital are encouraged to innovate to improve care for patients – this has led to patented medical device inventions and improved staff morale