Human ResourcesUnderstaffed State Psychiatric Facilities Leave Mental Health Patients in Limbo
The shortage of beds and mental health workers has collided with an increasing, pandemic-driven demand for mental health treatment.
Human ResourcesTo What Extent Should Performance Appraisals Take COVID Into Consideration?
Even companies that only do an annual review will have completed at least one cycle during the COVID era by...
Human ResourcesIn Maine, Vaccine Mandate for EMTs Stresses Small-Town Ambulance Crews
EMS crews have been busier than ever this year, as people who delayed getting care during the COVID-19 pandemic have...
NursingHow One Chief Nurse Executive Builds Strong Nurse Leaders
'Taking care of those who are taking care of the patients' is crucial, CNE says.
Human ResourcesHow to Recruit for Remote Work Jobs
Whether you?re planning on allowing employees to be hybrid or work remotely as often as they?d like, there are tweaks...
Human ResourcesWorkplace Harassment in a Remote Office
Workplace bullying and harassment have always been there; it's only been made worse through the shift to remote work.
StrategyCreate a Strong Workforce Through Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Healthcare executives share how their organizations have implemented a more diverse and inclusive space for their workforce and the community...
Human ResourcesMost Employers Don’t Understand the Skills (and Gaps) of Their Workforces
Just 10% of those surveyed reported having an employee skills database or inventory with profiles for all employees.
Revenue CycleWhy Customer Service is the Highest-Paid Rev Cycle Position at UC San Diego Health
'We are the face of the patient financial experience,' says Terri Meier, director of system patient revenue cycle for UC...
Human Resources'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.
NursingHow Hunterdon Medical Center Helps Its Nurses Cultivate Resiliency
The best ways are for leadership to 'listen, to be present, and not assume that we know what the staff...
Human ResourcesAs Healthcare Costs Begin to Rise Again, U.S. Employers Zero in on Affordability and Well-Being for Employees
Employers project health benefit costs will jump more than 5% in 2022, new survey finds.