Despite the controversy surrounding the expansion of the roles of advanced-practice registered nurses and nurse practitioners in many states, there are plenty of reasons to welcome this latest shift in the healthcare landscape, according to Healthcare Finance.
As many states expand the role of advanced-practice registered nurses and nurse practitioners, there's plenty of reasons to welcome this latest shift in the healthcare landscape, according to Healthcare Finance.
While physicians, lawmakers and others work to curb the epidemic of prescription painkiller abuse, medical professionals trained to treat underlying substance use disorders are in short supply. And in the short term, federal laws, such as the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act and Affordable Care Act, which offer insurance coverage for addiction medicine to millions more than ever before, may exacerbate the problem, according to a post from Stateline.
While the healthcare industry's supply of well-paying jobs makes it key to bridging the racial economic equality gap in the United States, the stubborn lack of diversity in upper management indicates significant room for improvement, according to a new report from the NAACP.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has issued updated guidance for protections against workplace violence for healthcare workers, as violent incidents continue to plague healthcare providers.
The brisk pace of mergers and acquisitions in the healthcare industry has had one major casualty--hospital executives, according to Crain's New York Business.
The increase in healthcare CEO compensation is a touchy issue, but not every top executive decides to pad an already sky-high salary with a generous raise, according to Becker's Hospital Review.
Today, more than ever, running any type of healthcare organization is an all-hands-on-deck enterprise. Building a strong crew isn't easy. You need clinicians and employees who are not just highly skilled, compassionate and reliable, but who also fit the culture of your practice.
One-third of healthcare recruiters in the U.S. rank employee turnover as their greatest staffing concern, according to a new study by Health eCareers.
Long wait times in medical offices have been a consistent source of patient dissatisfaction for years, but the trend may be beginning to reverse, according to a survey from Vitals.com. The healthcare review website's sixth annual Physician Wait Time Report revealed that the average time patients spend stewing in waiting rooms has dropped by a minute over the past 12 months.