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Keeping Healthcare Workers Safe To Keep Patients Safe


The COVID-19 pandemic has reminded us of health workers' vital role in relieving suffering and saving lives. Even before the outbreak, the health sector was among the most hazardous sectors to work in. Only a few healthcare facilities had programs to manage health and safety at work. Individuals with medical, functional, or access needs are particularly vulnerable to natural hazards. Factors such as physical limitations, mental ailments, and medication requirements are issues of concern for home health and hospice care workers. Moreover, they also face various occupational risks and threats of impending emergencies, affecting the safety of both health workers and patients.

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Posted by Goozam Grow on Friday, June 24, 2022

Keeping Healthcare Workers Safe To Keep Patients Safe

The COVID-19 pandemic has reminded us of health workers' vital role in relieving suffering and saving lives. Even before the outbreak, the health sector was among the most hazardous sectors to work in. Only a few healthcare facilities had programs to manage health and safety at work. Individuals with medical, functional, or access needs are particularly vulnerable to natural hazards. Factors such as physical limitations, mental ailments, and medication requirements are issues of concern for home health and hospice care workers. Moreover, they also face various occupational risks and threats of impending emergencies, affecting the safety of both health workers and patients.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Tuesday, June 14, 2022

Improving the Quality of Healthcare by Improving the People Who Deliver Care

Healthcare professionals must stay updated on industry trends, technologies, treatments, and best practices. By regularly providing employees with eLearning courses, home health agencies ensure they have access to all relevant information they require when it matters most—when they are learning it.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Wednesday, June 8, 2022

GooZam Grow Makes Both Learning and Teaching Possible in One eLearning Platform

Compliance training is critical for in-home health agencies, whether it covers essential regulations, safety procedures, or company policies. However, as with many other employees in the healthcare industry, it's also crucial that ongoing education and training program is in place for home health caregivers. This will help ensure the continued quality of patient care and safety, accident prevention and care management, and regulatory compliance. Continuing education courses, tools, and other resources are available from various sources to help health care organizations and their employees make care safer to administer and receive.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Monday, May 30, 2022

How to Safeguard Your Agency Against Home Health Compliance Surveys

Home health care agencies must comply with many state and federal standards and regulations. To fall short of these regulations could result in severe penalties, such as heavy fines or jail time. It can be a daunting experience for agency operators like you, but with the right preparation strategies, you’ll be able to sail through with ease and grace, no less!

Posted by Goozam Grow on Thursday, May 19, 2022

4 Ways GooZam Grow's In-services Courses Meet Healthcare Agencies' Challenges

When you’re in the business of caring for people, it’s essential to stay focused on the quality of care you provide.

GooZam has seen considerable changes in the healthcare landscape. The advances in clinical practice have focused on evidence-based practices, and more stringent regulations continue to emphasize safety and quality of care. Global events—such as the current COVID-19 pandemic—escalated to the highest level, and the importance of ensuring employees have the knowledge, skills, and confidence to implement best-practice safety measures to protect residents and themselves.

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