This issue of FYI Weekly includes a new Research Corner item about the continuing rise in Virginia babies born with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome, a promotion of the new Virginia Hospital Patient and Family Experience Improvement Guide and the Virginia Hospital Patient Experience Data Dashboard, a new episode of the Patients Come First podcast featuring two Augusta Health nutritionists, open nominations for the “Virginians Speak Up for Safety” Awards, registration information for the Virginia Hospital Research & Education Foundation’s annual Fall Meeting (Nov. 1-3), details about a Sept. 26 opioid lecture featuring nationally-renowned author Sam Quinones, information about the next installment (Sept. 26) of the Virginia Patient Safety Organization’s Brown Bag Webinar Series, registration information for an Oct. 3 conference on emergency department throughput, information about an open public comment period for proposed Medicaid Long-Term Services and Supports Screening Regulations, and much more.

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