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We are also approaching a situation where millennials will make up the largest percentage of the healthcare workforce, bringing a new focus to the future of care.
Nurses can have an especially difficult time balancing work and personal life because of the increased amount of physical and emotional stress that nurses experience.
US maternal mortality rates are the highest of any high resource country, and they are still going up. If we are going to reduce our rates as a nation, significant changes must take place in hospitals and in how we train caregivers.
HealthSouth reaffirmed its commitment to high quality resuscitation training and refocused efforts to support consistency and standardization in CPR training.
Understand how healthcare coalitions ensure compliance with CMS Emergency Preparedness Program requirements and help organizations be prepared to share the burden of responding to potential crises.
We present our 2017 research findings collected by VerityStream from 505 credentialing and provider enrollment professionals throughout the U.S. It examines the current and changing landscape of provider enrollment and has implications for medical groups, hospitals, and healthcare organizations.
Medical Services Professionals (MSPs) are the gatekeepers of patient safety for healthcare organizations, proclaims NAMSS (National Association Medical Staff Services), the professional organization comprised of 6000+ MSPs. What does this gatekeeper role mean in the healthcare industry?
In a recent conversation about nurse residency programs, HealthStream’s Kimberly Herold, Director of Professional Development Pathways, and Kimberley Guthrie, Senior Pathways Engagement Coach, spoke about the value of accreditation.
Workforce data can and is reshaping the healthcare workplace. But does anyone understand exactly how, and why it is so important?
Healthcare isn’t going to stop evolving anytime soon, and so providers—and their compliance officers and related professionals—must always be thinking ahead.
At Yale New Haven Health (YNHH) the hospital’s Safe Sleep for Infants policy, which strictly limits crib contents while a child is unsupervised, was not being strictly followed by clinical staff. A virtual crib environment created better understanding of the policy.
James Paturas details the four core elements required of a CMS Emergency Preparedness Program—risk assessment and planning, policies and procedures, communication plan, and training and testing.
One goal in any Resuscitation Certification Training Program is to avoid preventing any injuries. Here are some general tips for protecting learners from hurting themselves.
As the primary caregiver and advocate for the hospitalized patient, the bedside nurse is exposed to all facets of the patient’s care. The nurse is also likely to be the one with whom patients will address their concerns about the quality or safety of their care.
Healthcare has historically grown its leaders from within. Can compliance officers and other c-suite professionals from different industries add value and help create a better future in healthcare?