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    Hospital Quality Improvement Newsletter – May 2021

    In This Issue:  Latest News from CMS Educational Events
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    Naloxone Saves (Co-Prescribing Naloxone is a Best Practice)

    Save a Life! Prescribe Naloxone With Every Opioid! On average, more than 90 Americans die by opioid overdose every day Make prescribing naloxone a UNIVERSAL PRACTICE, with every opioid prescription.
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    Understanding F-758: A Practical Approach to Gradual Dose Reductions (GDR) with a Definite Purpose

    Nursing Home residents are at higher risk for adverse drug event/side effects associated with antipsychotic medication use. Residents transitioning from acute care with dementia may have behavioral expressions of unmet needs (pain, hunger, thirst etc.) treated with an antipsychot
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    Naloxone and Overdose Prevention

    Opioid overdose is the leading cause of accidental death in the United States. Naloxone has been proven to reverse the effects of opioid overdose.
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    Opioid Overdose Prevention & Naloxone Training

    This session will provide an overview of the opioid crisis in North Carolina and how communities are responding. This session will also review administration of the overdose reversal agent, naloxone, and where individuals can access naloxone.
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    Go to The Hospital Or Stay Here: The Use of Evidence – Based Decision Guides to Reduce Readmissions

    Join our conversation as we learn how hospital decision guide tools can help providers think differently on how to prepare patients, families and staff for change in condition discussions and reduce avoidable readmissions.

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        Network 14 January 2021 Newsletter (Spanish)

          Network 14 January 2021 Newsletter (English)

            Network 8 January 2021 Newsletter (Spanish)

              Network 8 January 2021 Newsletter (English)

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              FACT SHEET: President Biden to Announce National Month of Action to Mobilize an All-of-America Sprint to Get More People Vaccinated

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              Researchers Study Impact Of COVID-19 On LGBTQ Community In Effort To Improve Care

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              Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on LGBT People

                AHS Podcast Episode 29: A Physician Roundtable: Part 2 – Physician Wellness and Resilience Advice for Peers

                  HQIC Portal Instructions

                    2021 Kidney Transplant Checklist Flyer (Spanish)

                      2021 Kidney Transplant Checklist Flyer (English)

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                        NCRN Regional Community Coalition (RCC) Meeting

                        The National COVID-19 Resiliency Network (NCRN) continues to thank you for your support and collaboration as we work together to mitigate and overcome COVID-19 related challenges that have disproportionately affected the communities we serve. The NCRN will be hosting its next Reg
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                        Developing a Sustainable Water Management Plan in Nursing Homes

                        Nursing Homes with large complex water systems, if not properly maintained can promote the growth of Legionella (the bacterium that causes Legionnaires’ disease). Residents, specifically those who have certain weakened immune systems or chronic disease are at high risk for Legio