Failing to Provide Properly Trained Staff to Administer Medication
The Wellstead of Rogers For Failing to Provide Properly Trained Staff to Administer Medication
After failing to provide adequately trained staff to administer medication to the residents, the Wellstead of Rogers was cited by the Minnesota Department of Health. It is crucial that there are properly trained and qualified staff available to administer medication for residents to ensure that the correct medication and dosage is given out.
Substainted Complaint After Wellstead of Rogers Failed to Administer Medication
According to the CDC, medicines are used to treat infectious diseases, manage symptoms of chronic diseases, and help relieve pain and suffering. Medicines are generally safe when used as prescribed or as their labeling describes. There are, however, risks in taking any medicine.
Each year in the United States, adverse drug events—injury resulting from the use of medication—result in over 700,000 visits to hospital emergency departments. Many adverse drug events are preventable. Patients and caregivers can help reduce the risk of harm from medicines by learning about medication safety.
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