Answer to name the fractures

Oops, I messed up. I was supposed to have the answers out yesterday. I hope none of you were injured in the rioting resulting in the missed deadline.

For the answer(s) go to the original entry, and look in the extended entry.

Thanks for playing!

MedBlogs Grand Rounds XXVI

It’s Tuesday, so that means MedBlogs Grand Rounds!

The Well-Timed Period: Grand Rounds XXVI

Welcome to Grand Rounds, a weekly showcase of posts from the medical blogosphere. Make yourselves comfortable, relax, and prepare to be illuminated.

I like her first two categories:

Politicians Are Intrusive Ninnies

and

Doctors and Lawyers Are From Different Planets

Another fine edition.

Bogus JCAHO Surveyors Visiting Hospitals

From the emailed newsletter of ACEP:

The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations warned hospitals to be on the lookout for bogus JCAHO surveyors, following reports earlier this month that individuals posing as surveyors were at three hospitals.

In two instances, one on the East Coast and one on the West Coast, the bogus surveyors arrived around 3 am and asked to survey different areas of the hospitals. In another instance in the Midwest, the phony surveyors arrived around 8 am and claimed they did not need to show JCAHO identification. In all three cases, hospital staff questioned the imposters, who then left.

Hospital staff always should request to see a surveyor?s ID badge and an official letter explaining the visit, according to JCAHO officials.

The organization is urging hospitals that experience a similar situation or have any questions about whether an individual is a surveyor to contact their account representative or JCAHO?s vice president of accreditation field operations, Joe Cappiello, at (630) 792-5757.

JACHO said they were going to start doing “unannounced visits” last year, and this is someones’ attempt to take some unknown advantage (why?). Anyone know why?