Tuesday, November 10, 2020


drug shortages

Drug Shortages Lead OR Pharmacies to Issue Motivational Items

Nationwide drug shortages have forced physicians to consider alternative ways to take care of patients. At the forefront of this movement is the National Organization of Medically Equivalent Drug Seekers (NOMEDS), a pharmacist run...
doctorate of nursing

Nurse Wins Postnomial Abbreviation Pokémon, Catches ‘em All!

El Cajon, CA- When Denise Spense RN, BSN, MSN, FNP, DNP, MHNP, PNP, BLS, ACLS, PALS, ATLS, OCCN, CCRN, MBA, MPH, MHA, LPN, CRNA, GED, BFD, JK, LOL was a freshman in...
need coffee

Crisis Brewing as Unit 61’s Coffee Machine Broken

SEATTLE, WA - A huge crisis is brewing at Arabica Medical Center this morning as medical staff have discovered that the hospital’s best coffee machine, which is located on Unit 61, is not working. ...

New CPR Mannequin to More Accurately Reflect Average American

WASHINGTON – The American Heart Association (AHA) announced today the release of a new line of CPR mannequins, designed to more accurately reflect the appearance of everyday Americans. “Part of our mission has always been...

Electronic Hell Records Parody Video

If you love electronic medical records, then you will HATE this video! Please make sure you chart that you watched this video. Healthcare NOT FAIR's youtube channel is full of short skits about this...
urinal medical wreath

Record Number of Medical Providers Creating Gifts Using Things Around the Hospital

ATLANTA, GA - With Christmas right around the corner, you would think medical providers far and wide are scrambling to find and wrap presents for their family and friends, especially if they are working...

Mandatory Rectal Tone Checks Reduce Non-Emergent ER Visits

NEWARK, NJ - Grace Regional's ER physicians complained to leadership for years about the excess number of patients going to the ER for non-emergent conditions like headaches, colds, and rashes.  Leadership heard their voice...

Hospital Institutes Popular “One for You, One for Me” Medication Policy

LOS ANGELES, CA - In a move being praised by providers and patients alike, local Have Mercy Hospital has begun implementing a "one for you, one for me" medication program where nurses, doctors, or other...
double portions

No Way, Jose: Patient Request for Double Portions Denied, Made NPO as Punishment

BALDWIN, NY - In a defiant stance against a patient Rick Moravsky's request for double portions despite his ongoing treatment for CHF (congestive heart failure) exacerbation, family medicine attending Maureen O'Dea not only told his...