Recent 2019 Blog Posts about the Healthcare Continuum from HCCS and HealthStream
May 13, 2019
HealthStream and HCCS, A HealthStream Company have recently published multiple blog posts related to the healthcare continuum. We’ve collected and compiled links to some of them here:
The Challenge of Translating Healthcare Regulations into Training Curricula
Providers across the healthcare continuum need to be certain they are compliant with all the regulations that apply to them as well as their individual clinicians.
Labor and Unemployment Considerations for Healthcare Turnover
Because the United States has a predominantly service-based economy, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics also tells us that jobs across healthcare and social assistance are expected to drive a significant portion of the job growth during the near future.
Understanding the Regulatory Burden across the Healthcare Spectrum
The regulatory burden faced by organizations across the healthcare continuum is significant in terms of the time and resources involved in meeting its requirements. $39 billion is the annual cost to healthcare providers to comply with the administrative aspects of regulatory compliance.
Why Adopt a High Quality Resuscitation Program for the Care Continuum?
Healthcare is changing significantly—more care is occurring outside hospitals, and organizations across the care continuum are treating patients with far higher levels of acuity than ever before. This makes resuscitation far more important across the care continuum, where current resuscitation success ranges from 2 to 11 percent.
Required Elements of a Successful Resuscitation Program for the Care Continuum
Where and how healthcare is delivered has changed significantly in recent years. Former Resuscitation Training expert Donna Haynes shared these must-haves for moving towards a more rigorous resuscitation training program for the care continuum.