When healthcare environments aren't healing
from By Keith Carlson
When a patient is admitted to a hospital, the hope is that the patient will improve and go home in short order. Those of us who work in healthcare know about hospital-borne infections and other potential complications of an inpatient stay, and improving a patient's chances of a successful hospitalization is a prudent goal. For all the intentions of hospitals to be healing environments, why do they more often than not feel exactly the opposite?
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