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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.
The opioid crisis continues to rage across the United States, but all the news is not grim thanks to robust efforts around tightened access, education and treatment.
Effective healthcare leaders come in all shapes and sizes, and they are far from cookie-cutter people, so knowing what some common traits are is helpful when exploring what type of person will work best at a facility.
Medical billing is complicated for trained professionals, so why do providers expect patients to understand it without a little help and coaching?
This blog post, an article excerpt, defines Conditions of Participation (CoPs) and why they were established, as well as why compliance with them is important.
To illustrate the difficulty that a typical healthcare provider may encounter when planning annual required training, we offer the example of just one role in a single state—a respiratory therapist in Tennessee
Understand how to prevent the spread of the three most common blood-borne pathogens. Know the essential elements in the creation of a safety culture that will minimize the risks of exposure to blood borne pathogens for employees and patients.
HealthStream advises readers to follow multiple important steps throughout the continuum of care for infection control and prevention involving coronavirus COVID-19.
Learn about recommended isolation precautions to use around potential COVID-19 coronavirus patients for healthcare professionals to—identify, isolate, and inform.
Global health officials are on alert about COVID-19 coronavirus that has not been previously recognized in humans and causes a mild to deadly respiratory illness.
When a patient in a vegetative state at a long-term care hospital unexpectedly gave birth, the organization’s lack of appropriate response led to investigations revealing a history of harassment and abuse and an atmosphere where staff didn’t feel they could speak up.
HealthStream has introduced the Jane, the first-ever AI-based competency assessment solution using a conversational format, to help quickly and accurately onboard both new and experienced nurses.
People will likely continue to be the most vulnerable part of an organizations defense against data breaches. This blog post discusses ways to educate your workforce on how to protect against intrusion and data breaches.