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Interactive learning changes the role of the instructor. Instead of preparing and delivering a traditional lecture, the instructor facilitates and enhances learning by engaging in collaborative classroom work with a focus on mastery and application of concepts.
Healthcare organizations understand that they need to evaluate competency, the demonstration of appropriate knowledge, skills, and behaviors in a clinical setting. Competency Programs involve validating the multiple facets of any identified, required competency.
HealthStream’s William Morris shares how the loss of his father inspired his career choices and definitely makes his choice to educate CPR trainers at HealthStream even more meaningful.
Since 2014, ANA’s American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) has offered accreditation of nurse residency programs to recognize applicants who demonstrate excellence in transitioning nurses to new practice settings. Here are five reasons to pursue accreditation.
Staff retention has grown to be one of the most significant challenges across the care continuum, affecting the entire healthcare industry, and connected to care quality, resident satisfaction, and healthcare outcomes. How do we tackle this problem?
The medical-coding staffing crisis has many causes, and so will require a multifaceted effort to create solutions around the immediate needs as well as preventing future problems.
Solving big problems in healthcare, like staff retention, leadership shortages, and onboarding, is a principle enshrined in our corporate constitution. Here are links to recorded HealthStream Webinars about improving outcomes by solving continuum of care problems.
In a recent HealthStream webinar, How to Banish the Bully Who Wreaks Havoc in Healthcare, Linda Leekley, CEO and founder of In the Know, offers ten ways to embrace civility at work, including her secret weapon phrase, ‘Up until now.’
HealthStream’s commitment to improving resuscitation rates is demonstrated across a wide swath of our workforce. When we spoke with employees, we were amazed at the impact CPR has had among them and their families. Learn How Tonya Cooke’s son was resuscitated.
In a recent HealthStream webinar, How to Banish the Bully Who Wreaks Havoc in Healthcare, Linda Leekley, CEO and founder of In the Know, points out numerous benefits of workplace civility training for healthcare organizations—for patients and the organizations themselves.
Solving big problems in healthcare, like staff retention, leadership shortages, and onboarding, is a principle enshrined in our corporate constitution. Here are links to recorded HealthStream Webinars about improving outcomes by solving healthcare talent management problems.
In this eBook, Get Ahead of the Trends: A Look at the Top Issues Impacting the Healthcare Workforce, we look at trends connected to some of the big changes coming to the healthcare industry.
While recent headlines have garnered much needed attention, workplace violence has long been an ongoing and unfortunate reality for healthcare workers, especially nurses.
HealthStream recently interviewed CEO and founder Zach Gemignani to discuss how Juice Analytics has helped HealthStream customers better understand their data, compare their results against national benchmarks, and make better decisions.
Our survey of medical staff credentialing professionals occurred December 2017 – January 2018. You’ll see that organizations are still working hard to improve their credentialing processes, but there is still much to be accomplished. Here’s a limited view of five more key findings from the survey.