NOTES ON NURSING
Can Patient Photos Help Reduce Error? Putting children’s photos in their electronic hospital charts could help reduce one type of medical error, a study published Monday suggests.
DeMoro: Maybe We Can Get It Right If President Obama is now confiding to Democratic donors that he may have to “revisit” health care in a second term if the Supreme Court throws out his first attempt, as Bloomberg News reported June 1, maybe this time we can get it right.
Hospitals Add Palliative Care Programs at a Feverish Pace The field has expanded so rapidly that a majority of American hospitals now have palliative programs, to the delight of patients who say they’ve finally found relief and a sympathetic ear.
Crystal Sugar Workers Walking Back to the Bargaining Table Locked-out union workers at American Crystal Sugar Co. are in the middle of a 200-mile trek to the negotiating table, which the company says could be a long walk for a short meeting.
Labor Woes at Belmont as Triple Crown Nears About 150 union members at NYRA’s Belmont, Aqueduct and Saratoga tracks have been working without a contract since February 2011. The workers last month authorized a strike over overtime and scheduling.