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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?
Education done correctly can have a huge impact on patient outcomes. Here are six important concepts to keep in mind when creating educational experiences for adult learners.
The healthcare industry isn’t immune to sexual harassment, and because it has concentrated power in certain positions such as physicians, training and reporting can pose significant obstacles.
Forrest General Hospital needed to boost clinical competency skills among staff. Volumes for their new Simulation Center have risen from between 10 and 20 to approximately 200 employees per month, for training that includes Codes simulations.
Two significant talent management challenges that are going to continue to affect healthcare are succession planning and turnover. How organizations choose to address them will be very important in the near future.
Not every post and non-acute provider that exists in the marketplace today will survive the transition to a pay-for-performance system. Here are some areas where they should be focusing improvement efforts.
Not every post and non-acute provider that exists in the marketplace today will survive the transition to a pay-for-performance system.
Here are three resuscitation training accommodations for staff members challenged by back and spinal issues.
In preparing for a CMS site visit to evaluate Emergency Preparedness Rule compliance, organizations should reference CMS and YNHHS-CEPDR resources.
Compliance officers in the healthcare arena must be nimble thinkers, not just naysayers and rule quoters, in order to find success and add value to their organizations.
The combination of an aging nursing population and not enough new nurses coming in to fill those roles plays a large part in today’s nursing shortage. With this nursing shortage there will come a shortage of nurse leaders.
Healthcare is in a time of change. This article excerpted here discusses ten trends that are redefining healthcare, including generational workforce change, cybersecurity risks, CMS’s changing focus, and general uncertainty.
Most reports on the opioid crisis in America focus on individuals who receive a prescription for an opioid pain killer and then become a victim of opioid dependence. But what about the issue of dependence that occurs within the walls of the hospital, connected to Drug Diversion?
On average, hospitals have 30% of all claims denied and an average of 35% of these denied claims are attributed to inaccurate patient identification or inaccurate/incomplete patient information.