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1) Brazilian lawyer dies after gun goes off in MR suite

Detectors and staff training are key to preventing MR adverse events

2) Masks and MR safety: researchers examine the risks

Color coding may help distinguish MR safe masks from ones with metal

3) Foam degradation rare in Philips ventilators, mainly caused by cleaning products

Degradation was in less than 0.5%, ozone upped risk 14 times higher


Press Room

Hermes Medical Solutions releases a new version of its molecular imaging software HERMIA in North America
June 02, 2023
Cleerly partners with ProScan Imaging to transform the standard of care for heart disease prevention
June 02, 2023
Vandalia Health signs LOI with Davis Health System
June 02, 2023
NG Vascular & Vein Center expands interventional radiology practice to serve Chicago and Northwest Indiana area
June 02, 2023
ETS-Lindgren invites you to attend IMS2023! 5GNR and wireless topics to be presented at International Microwave Symposium
June 02, 2023
Ultrasound breaks new ground for forearm fractures in children
June 01, 2023
Wingcopter and Siemens Healthineers partner up for lab sample deliveries in Africa
June 01, 2023
Belgian hospitals choose Sectra's public cloud service for enterprise imaging-reduces IT burden and improves patient care
June 01, 2023
Philips and Masimo introduce new, advanced monitoring capabilities to Philips high acuity patient monitors
June 01, 2023
FUJIFILM Sonosite introduces the All Touchscreen Sonosite ST POCUS System designed and engineered to support procedural workflow
June 01, 2023

Risk Management

Violence has no place in our hospitals
To protect patients and employees, healthcare providers need to get serious about security
Inadequate PPE puts female radiology workers at greater risk of developing breast cancer
Axillary shields, capped sleeves decrease exposure by 99%
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Falls top Joint Commission's annual adverse event report again
Quantifying the patient safety events logged in 2022
Brazilian lawyer dies after gun goes off in MR suite
Detectors and staff training are key to preventing MR adverse events
The server has been infected with ransomware — now what?
Provider best practices for mitigating the threat of ransomware
Recalled at-home devices top ECRI's annual hazards list
Manufacturers, providers do not proactively notify patients of recalls
FDA warns Olympus to fix endoscopy production issues at Japanese facilities
Did not meet requirements for ensuring quality and performance
GE HealthCare to add Ordr equipment monitoring to its CARESCAPE network
Enables providers to locate devices and monitor utilization
Almost 6% of patients misdiagnosed in the emergency department
U.S. EDs see an estimated 7.4 million misdiagnoses annually
House of Representatives introduces bill to create patient safety agency
Pre-pandemic medical errors cost over $17 billion, made worse by COVID
Over 70,000 clinicians used suboptimal EHRs, posing risk to patients from 2011 to 2015
Vendors paid settlements of over $379.8 million related to misrepresented capabilities
Sodexo and Ordr target HTM cybersecurity with combined platform
Number of connected devices are increasing, so are risks of breaches
Overcrowded emergency departments compromise outcomes throughout hospitals
Patients are 5.4% more likely to die from any cause
Joint Commission issues 10 new practices for protecting patients against diagnostic errors
Each suggestion can be implemented within one to three years
Deceased vet's estate claims death was covered up, seeks $11 million from hospital
Died following event that left him with a brain injury
How hospitals can avoid dangers of deferred maintenance
Insight from Jim Burke, a vice president and senior risk consultant on Hub International’s Risk Services team
Oracle-Cerner EHR issues affect nearly 42,000 veterans, says VA
Have mailed letters to affected veterans