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Effective recognition occurs when an employee receives authentic feedback from a peer, manager and/or leader as to how his/her actions impacted team objectives or the organization’s purpose. Here are six reasons to prioritize employee recognition over rewards in healthcare.
When a nurse scheduling solution fails to work smoothly, it isn’t just the frontline nurses who are affected. As the staff members responsible for creating and maintaining the master nursing schedule, nurse managers have some specific pain points that occur frequently.
HealthStream examines the benefits and challenges of working remotely while Americans are applying “social distancing” in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19.
The move toward value-based care may have us seeing home health care as a treatment option with even more benefits for patients and outcomes. Cost, clinical results and patient comfort may support providing higher levels of care at home.
To evaluate healthcare industry perceptions about talent management, learning, and development, HealthStream surveyed leaders about the strategic use of learning within talent management programs. Here we discuss findings about leadership and the importance of learning content.
By identifying risks of compliance to the CoPs and accreditation standards, an organization can take effective action to protect its valuable relationship with federally funded healthcare organizations, as well as private payers.
A commitment to lifelong learning is not optional in healthcare. Learning new skills and keeping current skills sharp while growing personally and professionally is essential in the rapidly changing landscape of healthcare, and something o which staff must be held accountable.
To evaluate healthcare industry perceptions about talent management, learning, and development, HealthStream surveyed leaders about the strategic use of learning within talent management programs. Here we discuss findings about 2020 priorities and decision-making.
Are BLS certification and CPR the same? Not exactly, and the differences between the two — and when the training for can or should be used — are important.
Understanding how the COVID-19 pandemic is prevented by strategies of containment, protection, and prevention to make the community and healthcare workers safer.
Learn how feelings directly impact how we learn and retain information through emotional intelligence and how it relates to healthcare training, from HealthStream.
Here are some of the ways typical nurse scheduling can be one of multiple operational inefficiencies with major downstream consequences for nurses.
Though we hear a lot about physician burnout, this condition is also a significant problem in nursing. To reduce the likelihood of nurse burnout, healthcare organizations should take an active role in developing and fostering resilient environments.
Knowing the difference between staff training and staff competency could help long-term care providers avoid headaches, penalties, and other operational negatives related to the rollout of Final Rule Stage 3.
There is no “one size fits all’ option for deciding who can receive in-home health care vs. moving to a care facility, but by exploring specific needs, costs and local option, a plan of action can be created.