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Data Fluency is defined as the exchange of ideas with data as the medium. Depending on an individual’s degree of data fluency, how information is shared with them will influence their understanding and data usage.
Automation can help organizations to reach meaningful compensation management outcomes--our data shows workflow efficiency improving by up to 40% for line managers and 26% for HR departments overall.
Most people have the desire to share their expertise and to make things better. A Bright Ideas initiative is simply the incentive vehicle that guides this process.
Research here also shows that most people aren’t good interviewers and a traditional interview isn’t particularly predictive for healthcare hiring success.
Healthcare organizations are bucking traditional recruiting models to zero in on the best job candidates, accelerate selection, and engage candidates from the start. This paper looks at the trends reshaping the healthcare workforce and the new rules of recruiting.
With the ICD-10 deadline just behind us, it is clear that ongoing competency maintenance and remediation will be key factors in optimizing the revenue cycle long term.
Learn how medical pro providers have begun to take a closer look at hospital readmissions that occur within 30 days of discharge, from HealthStream.
Provider data management must become a core competency for healthcare organizations, underpinning a multitude of critical processes to boost care quality, admissions, revenues, and patient and provider satisfaction.
In the nearly three years the program has been in place, hospitals and regulators alike have learned a great deal about readmissions and the key factors driving them. We have even witnessed some unintended consequences from the HRRP. This paper discusses ten things that are important to know about readmissions.
Rounding is one of the primary activities in which nurses engage to check on patients and their recoveries. With digital tools such as Orchid, nurse satisfaction can increase upwards of 50%, and organizations have a greater ability to make lasting improvements.
In the future of credentialing, we will continue to see an increased emphasis on reviewing and assessing clinical competency when making initial credentialing, re-credentialing, and privileging decisions.
What will success look like in this new era of physician employment? We need to create a culture where hospital and physician goals intersect.
For service recovery to be successful, every member of the organization is expected to respond and take ownership of a patient’s or customer’s complaint or concern. Here is a guide to the steps involved in this important process.
Hospital leaders are increasingly asked to do more with less in regard to ongoing monitoring but are struggling with how to do it. More frequent credentialing is needed to support quality and patient safety—without standardization in the process, this only means more time and money spent.
Recent research shows that there are six key areas you should focus on to improve retention, according to Katie Owens, Vice President, HealthStream Engagement Institute, and Robyne Wilcox, Product Manager (Talent Management), HealthStream.