The Emergency Nursing Supply Relief Act proposes to designate 8,000 visas for healthcare workers in shortage professions.
Two reports find that RNs are personally and professionally affected by natural disasters.
Seventy-six percent of primary care residents received 50 or more job solicitations during their medical training while 55% received 100 or more, survey data shows.
Providing the correct ratio of directors to managers is a good start toward positioning nurse managers to develop their leadership skills.
Post-acute care has become an essential component of value-based care. By preparing new nurses through a long-term care residency program, facilities can improve nurse retention, confidence, and competency.
The sector’s 37,000 new jobs accounted for nearly 17% of all new jobs in the economy in June. Despite the strong growth, healthcare job growth is trending about 20% slower than in 2016, a record year.
Nurse managers spend a lot of time predicting and planning for the future, but when it comes to hiring and retaining employees, there are a lot more future problems than possible solutions.
"We wanted to see what we could do to create a more welcoming environment and get people more engaged from the get-go," says a system's integration coordinator.
HealthLeaders Media Council members discuss their organizations’ executive compensation structure.
Factors such as engagement and leadership development play a larger role in nurse retention, HealthLeaders survey data shows.