Updated: Mar 25
Infection Prevention and Control Best Practices practiced by Health Care workers are important measures to reduce the risk of transmitting infections to and from patients, residents, and healthcare professionals in all health care settings. Routine practices refer to the regular practices that should be used with all patients or residents in health setup like medical offices or hospitals. Routine Practices are infection prevention and control practices designed to reduce the risk of blood, urine and other body fluids exposure to healthcare workers and thereby to prevent and control contamination and transmission of microorganisms in all healthcare settings.
Additional Precautions or Additional Measures refer to specific measures that should be taken with individuals that are at risk of transmitting or acquiring disease such as TB, Hepatitis, Influenza or HIV. There are three categories of additional precautions: Contact precautions, Droplet precautions, and Airborne precautions. Contact precautions are the most common type of additional precautions.
Health Care-Associated Infection (HAI) is a term related with an infection that is acquired during the delivery of health care. It is also known as nosocomial infection or Hospital Acquired Infection. In province of Ontario, Provincial Infectious Diseases Advisory Committee on Infection Prevention and Control (PIDAC-IPC) is a multidisciplinary committee of health care professionals with expertise and experience in Infection Prevention and Control. The committee advises Public Health Ontario on the prevention and control of health care associated infections, considering the health care system for protection of everyone involved in the healthcare i.e. clients, residents and health care providers.
When Evidence-based practices and procedures are applied regularly in health care settings, can prevent or reduce the risk of transmission of microorganisms to all working or engaged in healthcare including the health care providers, clients/patients, residents and visitors.
Diploma in Medical Office Administration (MOA) Program at Springfield College provide training to produce knowledgeable and well-informed Healthcare Administrators who are adept at adjusting to new developments in health care regulations, technology and policies. They become flexible, analytical and organized in applying learned knowledge, skills and clinical expertise into their medical practice at workplaces.
Diploma in MOA at Springfield College makes the students perfectionist while exercising professionalism in demeanor and work perspectives. They acquire skills and capabilities to effectively communicate with patients and office administration at all professional levels, specialties and roles. They keep themselves abreast of what goes on in their work environment or facility fulfilling daily responsibilities of an efficient employee.
Diploma in Medical Office Administration Program is conducted at our very conveniently located Brampton campus, serving the students from Brampton, Mississauga, Toronto and GTA.
Learn and advance your skills and knowledge of Medical administration in just few months instead of few years.
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