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Hartford HealthCare employed HealthStream’s Initiative Management to successfully train employees on and implement a new EMR roll out across the organization, working with HealthStream’s Professional Services Implementation team.
Here are three resuscitation training accommodations for staff members who are challenged by asthma or COPD.
Redefining relationships in the healthcare employee training and workforce development areas can leader to faster, more effective learning.
Approximately 10,000 Baby Boomers are reaching the age of 65 every day. Research shows that these Boomers would prefer to age in place which means new and different opportunities will emerge in the post and non-acute markets to meet these needs.
A commonly missed opportunity in healthcare is to create a compensation strategy that is a step ahead. Knowing what you need to pay, what not to pay, and how to pay can save healthcare organizations huge amounts of time and money.
If the amount of opioids prescribed per year were averaged out over each person living in the U.S., everyone would get about a two-week supply. What should clinicians and CMS do?
The healthcare industry is in a time of great uncertainty and innovation. This article breaks down ten trends that are redefining healthcare, including artificial intelligence, finances, and nurse recruitment.
Here are six of our most common resuscitation practice and certification tips for staff members who are challenged by arthritis in their hands or wrists, or are afflicted with carpal tunnel syndrome.
As you focus on the workforce training and education needs of Millennials, make sure you don’t leave out other employees whose contributions are equally valuable. Every employee benefits from training tailored to his or her learning preference.
How can we protect nurses? A frequent answer is simply safety in numbers through adequate staffing, but thoughtful design of the patient care environment is also a key to prevention.
More importantly, just increasing the number of nurses isn’t going to be a solution. Healthcare is changing, and we are going to need nurses who can play different roles and have different skillsets.
Hospitals and other healthcare organizations have proven nearly irresistible to cybercriminals in recent years. A deeper understanding of the average healthcare employee’s knowledge of cybersecurity and data privacy best practices is warranted.
Healthcare providers have a crucial role in victim identification and support because they are in a unique position to recognize problems that may not be obvious at first glance.
HealthStream asked Melinda Sawyer, DrPH, MSN, RN, CNS-BC, the Director of Patient Safety and Education for the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality for her insight on how healthcare can achieve high reliability. She responded with two best practices.
A total rewards communication plan that effectively conveys the many ways in which you reward employees, beyond base salary alone, should be a key component across talent management efforts. Let’s take a look at nine best practices for a successful Total Rewards communication program.