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Beginning April 1, Mission Health will join hospitals across North Carolina and several other states in changing our Emergency Alerts to “plain language.” This switch will increase staff, patient and public safety by standardizing use of plain language for emergency alerts
codes by North Carolina hospitals.
The Mission Analytics Program continues to ramp up its activity and support for the organization, recently deploying five analytical applications for use, including the Operating Room (OR) Dashboard, OR Block Utilization Dashboard, as well as the Sepsis, Normal Newborn, and Cesarean Section dashboard applications. These new tools are powered by Mission’s Enterprise Data Warehouse to provide insight into actionable information served up in a visually compelling manner.
In the News
Over the last eight months, Mission Health had the unique opportunity to host a reporter from the Asheville Citizen-Times. Over the course of his visits, he spent time in a variety of settings -- learning from our caregivers, patients and families as he worked to gain an in-depth knowledge of healthcare from the perspectives of those who deliver it, receive it and shape it.
Around the Region
This is no April Fools' Day joke! Beginning Friday, April 3, 2015, administrative meetings across Mission Health cannot be scheduled between 3-5 p.m.
Did you know that Mission Health is a major supporter of dozens of organizations and initiatives in western North Carolina? These include annual events such as the March for Babies for the March of Dimes, the Hoop Jam every Tuesday during spring and summer hosted by the Asheville Downtown Association, and Relay for Life for the American Cancer Society, just to name a few.