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Why Creating a Trauma-Informed Environment is Crucial to Helping Traumatized Nurses Heal
Without appropriate trauma support, nurses will continue to flee the profession, researcher says.
'They Treat Me Like I'm Old and Stupid': Seniors Decry Health Providers' Age Bias
Nearly 20% of Americans age 50 and older say they have experienced discrimination in healthcare settings.
United Healthcare, Optum Launch Virtual-first Health Plan
NavigateNOW is being touted as "a simpler, more convenient experience at approximately 15% less premium cost than traditional benefit plans."
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Hygienists Brace for Pitched Battles With Dentists in Fights Over Practice Laws
Illinois trails many other states in allowing dental hygienists unsupervised contact with patients. In Colorado, on the extreme end, hygienists...
COVID-19 Continues to Undermine Hospitals' Performance Improvement, New Kaufman Hall Report Reveals
'The pandemic has created a perfect storm of increasing expenses and decreasing revenues,' managing director says.
Schedule Online Visits First? It's the Next Big Thing in Health Insurance
Many insurers offering virtual-first plans hire outside firms to provide medical staff.
Aromatherapy in Hospitals Gains Momentum as a Valid Nursing Intervention
Aromatherapy has made its way into hospital settings, thanks to its dramatic increase in popularity among healthcare consumers.
Perspective: A Wrenching Farewell -- Bidding Adieu to My Primary Care Doctor After Nearly 30 Years
It feels like an essential lifeline is being severed. I'll miss him dearly.
'Are You Going to Keep Me Safe?' Hospital Workers Sound Alarm on Rising Violence
Eighteen months into the pandemic, healthcare workers say they are experiencing an alarming rise in violence in their workplaces.
Nurses taking concerns over 'unsafe' conditions public in WNC
Nurses at a Western North Carolina hospital are taking their concerns for patient safety public after conversations with hospital leadership...
Call the midwife? State senate passes measure to license midwives without nursing degrees to ‘give folks options and choices’
Midwifery moved a step closer to becoming a licensed profession in Illinois on Wednesday thanks to a measure advanced by...
‘People have shown up’: Nurse’s plea for break room upgrade receives overwhelming community response
After another tough weekend at work, Grace Brooks, a pediatric ICU nurse at Children's Minnesota had an idea.
Worn-out nurses hit the road for better pay, stressing hospital budgets — and morale
Nearly two years into the coronavirus pandemic, there's some truth in a joke circulating among frustrated ICU nurses: They ask...
Mass General Brigham employees sue hospital system for denying COVID-19 vaccination exemptions
A group of Mass General Brigham employees are suing the health care system for denying theirmedical or religious exemptions for...
St. Vincent Hospital CEO sends letter about 'last, best and final offer' to striking nurses
WORCESTER, Mass. ? The CEO of Worcester hospital afflicted by the longest nursing strike in Massachusetts history on Monday sent...