For our final blog post of 2017, we looked back at everything published during the year to see which were looked at the most. The topics ranged from best practices and responses to new government mandates to predictions about problems healthcare leaders would be facing throughout the year and beyond. They also focused on improving outcomes by adopting new approaches and processes. Here are our 10 most popular blog posts published in 2017.
As a nurse, you must effectively communicate in order to be successful in your role. While there are many important examples of communication in healthcare, I have come to learn that effective communication is most important during patient interactions.
Hospitals and other healthcare providers must monitor payments made to their affiliated physicians and mid-level providers. Using available technology, a query can be completed in just a few minutes.
Because of MACRA, 2021 will be the year of great surprises for physicians and a catalyst year for retirements, for movement to larger groups, and for various other changes that will forever essentially alter the practice of medicine.
HealthStream’s Second Opinions Podcast series features healthcare experts and their take on issues impacting the industry. We recently interviewed Elliot Clark, Chairman and CEO of SharedXpertise Media and HRO Today, a magazine focused on Human Resources leadership.
The spend in the healthcare industry for HR overall is less than one percent of annual budget. They actually spend more in most healthcare systems on maintenance than they do on people.
Looking at healthcare in 2017 and beyond, it’s likely that the worlds of physicians and post-acute care are going to be seriously disrupted.
HLC Administrators are at the heart of every successful HealthStream learning program. The practices below will elevate your learning management experience and provide the best outcomes for your entire organization.
Three essential best practices for HIPAA compliance are to monitor and update BAAs, monitor and audit access, and perform adequate and routine risk analyses.
We interviewed two leaders in patient safety—they shared strategies as well as the challenges faced by senior healthcare leaders trying to address patient safety and quality issues. Here are some of their best practices
The HealthStream100 were asked to rate the degree (on a five-point scale) to which they believe selected healthcare issues may be significant challenges for healthcare leaders in 2017.
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