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Lifelong learning offers individuals the opportunity to keep their knowledge and skills current through their working tenure. Here we examine how lifelong learning might apply to three healthcare professionals at different stages in their careers.
Do you know how your compliance programs compare to those of other healthcare organizations? If you knew how you stacked up to others, do you think you might alter the decisions you are making?
Healthcare organizations need a formal process to train patient access staff to understand how to handle important patient financial issues. Mission Health recently developed a patient Patient access Access education program that improved departmental and revenue cycle performance.
Patient and residential care across the continuum must evolve—adapting services to changing needs and technology, and developing new vehicles for care delivery. This post introduces the HealthStream article discussing five factors helping to spur this evolution.
This guest blog post from VerityStream, A HealthStream Company, announces that the 2018 Annual Report on Medical Staff Credentialing has been released. It documents many ways in which the credentialing and privileging industry is changing at a rapid pace.
Staff retention has grown to be one of the most significant challenges across the care continuum, affecting the entire healthcare industry. Leadership is an important strategy for reducing turnover.
Missed diagnoses may not always occur on the grand scale of not identifying Ebola; however, they do occur and they can be just as impactful.
A wide array of organizations, including many in healthcare, are collecting data about employees in ways that have never before been available and using it to make important decisions, including about hiring, staff management, and employee retention.
For incorporating maternal mental health issues into your clinical practice, you'll want to think about such options as what screening tools are you going to use and your response protocol. Here are some recommendations.
A preceptorship is a challenging role even for the experienced staff nurse. It is important to keep in mind that precepting requires a different set of skills that may or may not automatically be possessed by the preceptor.
What do MSPs have to say about what it takes to be a successful leader? Here is Part 2 of advice to medical staff leaders gathered during 30 years of work with healthcare organizations.
Staff retention has grown to be one of the most significant challenges across the care continuum, affecting the entire healthcare industry. Organizations with higher retention rates provide opportunities for individual employee development and growth on many levels.
At least 1-in-every-20 adults who seek medical care in the US, via emergency rooms or community health clinics, may walk away with the wrong diagnosis. At that estimate, 12 million Americans a year could be affected.
The CDC estimates that almost 20 percent of women will experience some type of depressive episode during or after pregnancy. Untreated, this can have a devastating effect on women, their innocence, and their families.
For improving resuscitation outcomes, Kupchik stresses the importance of regular reporting and team-based training.