If you have received the updated COVID booster, please update your record as soon as possible.
The change comes as COVID tests have jumped to 15% positive, up from 4% in July.
Recently, COVID tests jumped to 11% positive in Oregon, up from 4% in July. If you get sick, stay home from work and contact caregiver health. Also call caregiver health if you’re exposed to COVID.
Beginning Tuesday, Aug. 15, many Alaris infusion pumps at Providence will begin integrating with Epic. See which hospitals and units are affected and what to expect.
Join events featuring expert speakers and industry updates on important topics from our centers of excellence. They include a heart institute conference, ethics event, and grand rounds.
Amanda Hayman, M.D., has accepted the position of division chief of surgery for Providence Portland. Dr. Hayman will partner with Dr. Bunnage in the coming months for a smooth transition.
This month’s Epic upgrade brings new features for OR scheduling, calculating kidney-failure risk and more. Downtime will be 1-3 a.m., Sunday, July 16. See all the changes and how to route feedback.
Power user classes are designed to increase the use of personalization settings, covering more than 150 tips and tricks.
Coming this month in Epic: New order sets, Oregon ePOLST form update and more.
Clinicians are invited to join events featuring expert speakers and industry updates on important topics from our centers of excellence, including ethics programs and grand rounds.
Help us prepare for new state law requiring collection of expanded demographic information from patients. Get an overview and see resources for talking with patients about the demographic questions.
Providence leaders are monitoring supply, scaling mitigation plans and advocating nationally.
Patients may have received a letter from Cigna about their ability to see a Providence provider or get Providence services at in-network rates. See an update from William Olson and Ben LeBlanc.
William Olson explains changes with our Core Lab and outreach business, which provides patient lab services to our hospitals and clinics in Oregon and in the nearby Southwest Washington area.
Our security team wants to alert you to an organized group of thieves targeting hospitals and clinics, to steal caregivers’ badges and credit cards. See five ways to protect yourself and others from t
Caregiver masks are now highly recommended for most patient-facing encounters in hospitals and clinics. Learn more about our infection prevention strategies effective May 11.
The federal requirement takes effect June 27 for one-time training on treatment and management of patients with opioid or other substance use disorders.
As of May 11, patients enrolled in original Medicare will need a three-midnight inpatient stay before discharging to a skilled nursing facility.
Providence ended visitor restrictions for most hospital patients on Monday, May 1. Learn about restrictions for some patients and review guidance for visitors.
The latest Epic upgrade went live on Sunday, April 16. See some of the highlights.
See our first two projects to be awarded innovation grants from the Institute for Human Caring, and how you or your team can apply for the next round by June 15.