The Joint Commission cautions about temporary newborn names
If the parents have not yet decided on a baby’s name, it is common at many hospitals to give the newborn a temporary name such as Babyboy Smith for use in the hospital. The Joint Commission is warning that the practice can lead to patient identification errors and should be reconsidered.
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