Improving Healthcare Outcomes Through Workforce Development—Five New Articles

April 1, 2021
April 1, 2021

HealthStream’s vision is to improve the quality of healthcare by assessing and developing the people who deliver care. Below you’ll find links to recent articles that demonstrate this important commitment:

Elevating Resuscitation Practice at Mercy Health

HealthStream recently spoke with Angela Woods and Melissa Reichling, educators at Mercy Health, about their experience during the organization’s transition to online resuscitation training and manikin-based skills validation. Download the article now to discover how Mercy Health achieved excellence in resuscitation with the help of HealthStream.

The Transition of Care Across the Continuum: Optimizing Care for Older Adults

One in five hospitalized Medicare beneficiaries is readmitted within 30 days of discharge from an acute care setting at a cost of $2.6 billion annually. Download this article and learn more about HealthStream’s partnership with Duke Health to study ways to optimize the care of this important and growing population.

Incivility and Bullying in Healthcare: Nine Things to Know

When rudeness, incivility, and bullying behavior occurs on a healthcare team, the consequences can be deadly. This article highlights why incivility is so prevalent in healthcare and nine ways to combat this damaging issue.

Prioritizing Health Literacy in Your Organization Will Improve Patient Access While Cutting Costs

There is an undeniable link between health literacy and health outcomes, but unfortunately only a small portion of Americans have the proficiency needed to manage their health. Download this article to find out how improving patient access to health information can improve patient health, increase the use of preventative services, decrease rates of hospitalization, and cut healthcare costs.

Lifelong Learning: The Key to Remaining Relevant and Providing Safe, Effective Care

Lifelong learning is not an option in healthcare, it’s required by healthcare workers to remain relevant and continue providing safe, effective patient care. Download this article to learn how the lifelong learning movement in healthcare provides benefit and welfare for everyone in society.