Oct 10, 2021 by Philips Healthcare
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How to keep trauma PI on track

How to keep trauma

Authored by Angie Chisolm, MBA, BSN, RN, CFRN, TCRN. As published by Trauma System News, September 20, 2021.

Hospital staffing shortages are making it hard for many trauma program leaders to fulfill key responsibilities, including performance improvement (PI) activities.

That is one of the major findings of the recent “Top Concerns in Trauma” Survey that Philips Trauma Center Consulting Services conducted with Trauma System News.

The goal of our survey was to identify the issues that trauma program leaders are most concerned about as they prepare for 2022. So far, nearly 300 trauma professionals have taken the survey. Overall, respondents paint a picture of trauma programs that are being squeezed by lack of staff, lack of money and lack of support. 


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Beth Fuller

Angie Chisolm, MBA/HCM, BSN, RN, CFRN, TCRN

Consulting Manager

Angie is a nationally recognized expert in trauma program and emergency services management. She is a results-driven leader with expertise in trauma program operations, providing mentoring and consulting focused on coding and billing, site survey readiness, performance improvement, and operational efficiency. 
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