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The False Claims Act is always on the agenda as it continues to be the most effective law the government has for snagging healthcare providers in the fight against fraud, waste and abuse.
Creating a culture where employees own their own accountability can create higher levels of engagement and satisfaction.
Hospitals continue to feel the financial pain stemming from the ongoing nursing shortage. Compounding the problem of a nursing shortage is a high turnover rate among new nurses.
During Healthcare Information Professionals Week, explore how vital these team members are — and see if your initial onboard and continuing education opportunities are all that they need.
National LGBT Health Awareness Week is the ideal time to review policies and procedures in place—as well as appropriate training—for treating this large, diverse, and at-risk community with compassion and respect.
The Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) is embracing the issue of burnout and calling on the industry to aim for a higher goal—not just the absence of burnout but actually the presence of joy in the workplace.
Many people working in healthcare are well aware of the growing employee burnout problem in the industry. This problem, affecting the quality of care and employee engagement, deserves a greater focus, for the sake of all involved.
Nursing Informatics is a specialized area of nursing and branch of this profession that is seeing much growth. This blog post’s purpose is to be an elementary introduction to this burgeoning specialty.
A major healthcare trend is CMS’s effort to reduce onerous regulation on providers and the industry. At the same time the Agency’s commitment to value-based care over fee-for-service continues.
Given the increasing intensity of the focus on competency, have we really connected the dots between competency and employee engagement? If not, we may be missing a fairly significant benefit of competency development.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) holds lots of promise for the effort to improve healthcare, especially in terms of personalized training, as discussed in a webinar based on the article, 10 Healthcare Trends to Watch in 2019.
A greater focus on population health management is emerging. Some top priorities for healthcare executives are data and analytics, total consumer health, and population health services.
Developing strategies to match emerging healthcare HR and talent acquisition trends will help healthcare organizations compete more effectively for talent.
Patient Safety Awareness Week is a great opportunity to evaluate your facility’s safety practices and protocols — are they where they should be, or is some work needed to ensure the best patient care?
Healthcare HR Professionals Week has arrived, and that means it’s a great time to look at how HR supports every aspect of the HR workplace — and discover ways to help these hardworking professionals deliver comprehensive, successful solutions for workplace training and development.