The use of technology in nursing has become something they can't live without, but technology must be better integrated into nursing education, according to Elizabeth "Betty" Jordan, R.N., an assistant professor at the University of South Florida College of Nursing.
Guest post by Kenneth H. Cohn, practicing general surgeon/MBA and CEO of HealthcareCollaboration.com Patrick Bresette of the national think tank Demos wrote that cutting waste increases public...
As winter weather and storms pummel large portions of the country, hospitals nationwide are reviewing their weather and emergency planning policies to put patient and staff safety first, all while combating weather-induced problems like transportation and blood shortages.
Healthcare leaders can help their organizations achieve better clinical outcomes and improve patient satisfaction by first understanding the emotions that affect employee decision-making and then applying appropriate strategies to lead change, according to the Gallup Business Journal.
Is the fact that National Quality Forum president and CEO Christine Cassel, M.D, receives hundreds of thousnds of dollars from two medical companies with vested interests in the influential organization a conflict of interest? Medical ethic experts say yes, according to ProPublica.
As competition intensifies for nursing jobs in hospitals, nurses looking for work may want to set their sights on organizations considered the most "nurse-friendly" in the country.
Healthcare employees have the highest stress levels and complaint rates of any industry, a recent CareerBuilder survey found.
A Dallas hospital wants to restore incentive pay for almost 60 executives by adding about $5.4 million in potential pay next year, the Dallas Morning News reported
Although most nurses say they are satisfied with their jobs, many believe professional conditions are taking a turn for the worse, according to a new survey from Jackson Healthcare, Care Logistics and Jackson Nurse Professionals.
Nurses certified in 2004-2005 believed there were more job opportunities and they were more likely to find jobs than nurses who graduated in 2010-2011, a comparison study of the two groups found.