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Oct 19 2014
Preparing for EBOLA

By: Kathryn Ruscitto  Blog: Advancing Excellence

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Over the past few weeks our St. Joseph’s team came together to address a new challenge – the potential threat of Ebola in the United States.

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Oct 12 2014
Making Decisions – Driven by Mission, not by Money

By: Kathryn Ruscitto  Blog: Advancing Excellence

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Over the past few weeks, we have been having some in-depth and thoughtful dialogue internally about how our leaders make decisions

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Sep 29 2014
Sick Visitors

By: Kathryn Ruscitto  Blog: Advancing Excellence

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We have a continuing dialogue on what to do about sick visitors. Why would anyone who is ill come to visit a patient? I suppose it’s about relationships, and people wanting to show support, care and concern.

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Sep 22 2014
Never Been Prouder of this Team!

By: Kathryn Ruscitto  Blog: Advancing Excellence

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Thank you, but where do I start…from the fantastic facilities, transport, IT, food service, finance, housekeeping and security staff who made our patients' families and staff feel well cared for this weekend in the midst of major moves into our new patient tower..

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Sep 15 2014
Daily Quality and Safety Huddles

By: Kathryn Ruscitto  Blog: Advancing Excellence

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This weekend I had the opportunity to hear a great speaker, Dr. Gary Yates, president of the Sentara Quality Care Network, speak on best practices for improving safety and quality.

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