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COVID-19 has made healthcare transformation very important, and here are 5 leadership strategies CEOs have identified to implement transformational change in healthcare.
HealthStream examines what skills are best for healthcare case management from the moment of admission, throughout treatment, and up to discharge from a hospital.
A new nurse’s first month on the job can be exciting and perilous, so it’s important that they, and their new employer, take a deliberate approach to those crucial early days of onboarding.
The Care Continuum Is Bracing for Widespread Change Due to Demographics and Financial Pressure. This sector is expected to blur into one where all services can be provided, culminating in an environment that is patient-centric rather than care setting-specific.
Nurse residency programs present both opportunities and challenges for new nurses, and so should be studied thoroughly to see if the program, and the provider, is the right fit. This blog post focuses on nurse residency program pros and cons.
A good peer interview nursing team will deploy a series of questions designed to learn about a candidate’s mental, emotional and physical state, helping them find the best fit for their unique situation.
When employers use rewards to motivate, they are attaching performance to a tangible object. Effective recognition, on the other hand, has a psychological impact. It sends the message to employees that the behaviors they exhibit are in alignment with how the employer defines success.
The COVID-19 pandemic emphasizes the need for healthcare organizations to have an automated solution that can quickly identify which of their nurses can most easily be cross-trained for roles that are sorely needed and then determine how much training was necessary.
Many months have passed since that first confirmed case of COVID-19 was identified in the United States on January 22, 2020. This short article reviews common symptoms and updates you on testing options to help you determine who should be tested.
Read how the U.S. healthcare industry is improving maternal and perinatal care during pregnancy and childbirth, from the HealthStream Healthcare Management Blog.
Patient-safety experts have found a strong correlation between patient outcomes and the number of times the procedure has been performed. Credentialing software can track and report procedure volumes, as well as indicator-based performance evaluation.
Employees who feel valued for their contributions will outperform and are far more likely to stay with an organization. Best-in-class healthcare organizations have recognition-rich cultures in place that bring out the best in their people.
The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic meant sudden, dramatic change throughout the world of healthcare. In credentialing and privileging, virtual processes can meet the need. This blog post provides some recommendations for making the process work in a virtual environment.
Learn the importance of expanding nurse practitioner residency programs to respond to primary care physician shortages and the large geriatric market, from HealthStream.
Learn how an assessment of obstetric risk factors may be needed from healthcare organizations to inform special OB care management for patients, from HealthStream.