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Patients of surgeons who were cited for unprofessional conduct had an 18% to 32% higher risk for complications.
NursingFix the Health of Your Work Environment and Retain Nurses
Healthy work environments could also improve patient outcomes.
Nursing3 Ways Nurse Leaders Can Change Workplace Culture
To achieve organizational goals, nurse work environments must support an optimal staff member experience.
NursingWHO Recognizes Burnout as 'Occupational Phenomenon'
A survey finds 63% of hospital nurses report burnout.
Clinical Care'Own It' Initiative Curbs Burnout and Increases Physician Engagement
An emphasis on communication standards helps drive this cultural transformation program at a large health system.
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The importance of cultural compatibility is a common theme in any discussion of M&A success or failure, as is establishing...
Nursing5 Ways to Become an Outstanding Nurse Leader
Nurses Week, May 6-12, is the right time to reflect on how to evolve as a leader
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Dignity Health, like other Catholic chains, is bound by ethical and religious directives from the United States Conference of Catholic...
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Cleveland Clinic is achieving multiple benefits at the health system by creating a high-reliability culture.
Clinical CareSelf-Care is a 'Necessity' for Doctors, Expert Says
Go for 'work/life integration,' not 'work/life balance.'
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A policy review follows months of turmoil at the cancer center, which pledged an overhaul, including new rules on public...