How Cognitive Drift Can Kill Patient Care and Profits

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Cognitive drift is a mental condition where a temporary lapse in focus from delays in EHR functionality results in inaccuracies in patient records. Health care providers should be aware of cognitive drift when evaluating the efficiency of any EHR system. This problem can lead to poor patient satisfaction, poor patient outcomes, poor provider satisfaction, and ultimately lower income.


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Xarelto: Internal Bleeding

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There are many drugs on the market that have serious side effects. We take these medications, hoping they will help us with our more serious symptoms that will outweigh the risk. This infographic from breaks down the side effects and warnings of the drug Xarelto.

Bathing Mobility Hotspots

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As technology constantly improves then bathrooms must too! Bathrooms have come a long way in the past century. However, they are still evolving and the future looks bright.

Nowadays, people living with mobility issues may struggle to bathe themselves and with
11 million people currently living in this country with a limiting illness or issue affecting their mobility,
it’s an issue we strive to ensure no one gets overlooked.

If Premier Care in Bathing can help just one of the eleven million people suffering from a debilitating
disease or disability, then we have succeeded.

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Rheumatoid Arthritis Vs. Osteoarthritis

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From the top of your head: What’s the difference between osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis?
If you don’t know the difference, don’t worry, you’re not alone.

In the UK, 8.75 million people have sought treatment for the ailment, affecting 33% of people
aged 45 and over, 49% of women aged over 75 and 42% of men aged over 75.
Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis in the UK. The difference between osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis (the second most common form) is that osteoarthritis begins later in life and its symptoms come on much more gradually than those of rheumatoid arthritis.

Bathing Solutions have created a great infographic which details the differences between osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis highlighting that, as debilitating as both conditions may be, there is still hope from the treatment options available.


Osteoarthritis in the UK

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To mark Arthritis Care Week 2014, leading arthritis awareness charity Arthritis Care have releasedĀ findings from Arthritis Nation 2014, a study which suggests over 70% of arthritis sufferers are enduring constant pain.

As a brand that works hard to empathize with customers who suffer from arthritis, Stannah Stairlifts are continuously making efforts to better understand the challenges our customers face often on a daily basis. TheĀ Osteoarthritis Suit researched and designed collaboratively with Loughborough University offered innovative insight to ensure products and staff continued to help customers retain their independence in and out of the home.

Osteoarthritis is a condition that affects millions of people across the UK.

Learn about the impact of the osteoarthritis – the most common joint disease – the causes of the pain and common areas of the body affected below.

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