Preventing falls starts with you! Start by knowing the three A's of fall prevention.
What you need to know about HIPAA and using patients' protected health information for research.
Your safety on and off the job is important. Please pay attention to construction traffic!
The penalties for HIPAA violations can be severe with multi-million-dollar fines possible when violations include relatively few cases.
At Methodist Health System, we pride ourselves on a culture of openness, trust and integrity. Effective ethics is a team effort involving the participation and support of every employee. Employees can submit reports or concerns anonymously via the Confidential Reporting Hotline or website.
The penalties for HIPAA violations can be severe with multi-million-dollar fines possible when violations have been allowed to persist for several years or when multiple violations of HIPAA Rules have been allowed to occur.
Early construction work has begun on Children’s Hospital and Medical Center’s new Hubbard Center for Children. This new construction project will have an impact on traffic and may affect your travel to and from Methodist.
Celebrate National Patient Safety Awareness week March 12-16. Although this week celebrates our patient safety achievements and increases awareness, safe care is our focus, 24-hours a day, 7-days a week, 365-days a year.
A reminder to all that under no circumstances may employees alter their medical records.
Starting immediately Security will take old cell phones and facilitate getting these phones to the WCA to help victims of domestic violence.
In an effort to connect visitors, patients and staff with their lost items more quickly, Security now implemented a new lost and found system.
With the flu and viruses in full swing, count on these ten reasons to stop the spread of germs.
Methodist Health System has implemented a policy to standardize access to Cerner effective February 7, 2018.
Aetna has reached a $17 million settlement after a class action lawsuit argued the health insurer breached the privacy of thousands of customers who take HIV medications.
Over the next couple of weeks, NMHS IT will be deploying a new button to the Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Outlook Web Access systems.