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In addition to offering both live, online, and mobile platforms, resuscitation courses should also allow students to test out of material they already know, or remain for a review if they choose, in order to offer the most value.
To combat excessive turnover, healthcare organizations must identify the myriad ways they can make employees more satisfied with their jobs to improve retention. This can have a significant impact on the industry’s financial outlook.
Many healthcare institutions have impediments in the structure of how they deliver care that prove to be a hindrance to their efforts to develop new nurses’ critical thinking ability. Here are about some specific challenges that are common across the industry.
Assessing clinical competency is essential for knowing whether healthcare staff members know how to create positive outcomes. Artificial Intelligence tools can play a key role in helping healthcare organizations ensure clinicians are prepared to provide great care.
Healthcare jobs occur in an environment that doesn’t work for everyone. Sometimes changes can be made to make the environment less onerous so that workers stay.
Palliative care and hospice care are often mentioned together, which can lead to confusion about what each one entails. Lack of knowledge, especially about palliative care, may hamper the many benefits of these services for those who most need them.
Educating new nurses to become better thinkers who can make sound clinical judgements isn’t easy. Without uniform instructional methods, the development of critical thinking competency in new nurses can feel as if left up to serendipity.
In any area of healthcare that is highly integrated with technology, there is a strong need for clinicians to have a high level ability to think critically. Developing this ability is very important.
There are many reasons to standardize privileges across all medical staffs—improved program management, compliance, alignment with contemporary clinical practice, and to manage clinical competence. Here’s how a typical project to standardize privileges may proceed successfully.
Assessing and developing nurses for the ability to think critically has never been more important. This article and excerpt focus on education focused on critical thinking and its interplay with learning and assessment technology.
Join HealthStream and our partner nThrive in celebrating Revenue Integrity Week by incorporating these seven new strategies to boost revenue cycle integrity and performance in healthcare.
The challenge for nursing schools to teach their learners how to think like a nurse is a significant one. A lack of judgment skills may inhibit a new nurse’s ability to recognize clinical deterioration, which can result in compromised patient safety
Healthcare jobs can make the flexibility demands of a modern life too difficult to manage, unless they are paying attention to unhappy employees and giving them some options to adjust such components as schedules, travel demands, and commute issues.
Up to now, it has been very difficult for healthcare organizations to be certain their clinicians and other staff were receiving training that complied with every applicable federal and state regulation. hStream Compass is a solution for this common problem.
What does it really mean to be the trustworthy Source of Truth for credentialing data? Here are a few questions to ask yourself before declaring your system to be the Source of Truth or feeding your data to a downstream system.