patient safety and patient identification blog for healthcare

RightPatient® Blog Named one of “Top 100 Blogs in Healthcare”

Last week, we were thrilled to discover that the RightPatient® blog was named one of the top 100 healthcare blogs for healthcare industry professionals by Feedspot! The RightPatient® team is proud of our contributions to advance education and understanding of:

Patient identification

— Patient safety

Infection control

— Patient data integrity

— Healthcare fraud and medical identity theft

patient safety and patient identification blog for healthcare

The RightPatient® blog was named one of the top 100 healthcare blogs by Feedspot.

We would like to take a moment to thank the team at Feedspot for the recognition and also to thank the team of guest bloggers that have made outstanding contributions to our blog content over the past year. A collective effort from our talented staff and our guest blog partners enables us to continue our mission of providing valuable and timely information to our community as we march closer to solving the patient identification crisis in healthcare. 

Thanks again to the team at Feedspot, and we encourage you to review the list and discover additional healthcare blogs that may provide you valuable resources and education about some of the most important issues facing the industry.

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About John Trader:

John Trader is the VP of Communications for RightPatient® the industry’s most flexible and scalable biometric patient recognition platform. He has public relations and marketing experience working in the financial, publishing, non-profit, entertainment, sales training, and technology sectors. He holds a B.A. in International Studies from Towson University and a M.B.A. in International Business from Johns Hopkins University.

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