TechnologyNAHQ Report: Building Strong Workforce Involves Improving Healthcare Quality Education
The National Association for Healthcare Quality is helping organizations like the Veterans Health Administration implement improvements
NursingTackling Nursing's Trifecta of Challenges
The healthcare system must find a way to provide the access to training for tens of thousands of would-be nurses.
NursingMI Launches Fast-Track Nurse Apprentice Program
The initiative is developing admissions and application criteria, with the first apprentice program to begin in 2023.
InnovationVirtual Reality Replaces the Textbook as a Provider Education Tool
Healthcare organizations are using augmented and virtual reality technology to give doctors and nurses better insight on challenging treatments.
InnovationHow Health Systems are Using Video Games for Continuing Medical Education
Eric Gantwerker, MD, MMSc (MedEd), FACS, a practicing pediatric otolaryngologist and medical director for Level Ex, explains how healthcare organizations...
FinanceHealthcare Spending Tops $3T, Hospitals and Health Systems Can Help Alleviate the Burden
CFOs and other healthcare leaders will need to take a more proactive approach to ease patients' monetary stress without hurting...
InnovationPatient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute Supports 26 New Studies
Mental health and cardiac care research get a combined $258 million boost.
NursingCommonSpirit Health: Growing, Diversifying, and Strengthening the Nation's Nursing Workforce
CommonSpirit partners with historically Black medical school to add faculty and resources to help grow nursing enrollment and diversity.
TechnologyTelemedicine Project to Help Rural Docs Identify Autism in Young Children
The University of Missouri is partnering with Cognoa on a Project ECHO telemedicine program that will help train rural and...
Human ResourcesBurned Out by COVID and 80-Hour Workweeks, Resident Physicians Unionize
Trainees are banding together in California and other states to demand higher wages and better benefits and working conditions amid...
Strategy'Almost Like Malpractice': To Shed Bias, Doctors Get Schooled to Look Beyond Obesity
Despite obesity's prevalence, it carries a unique stigma.
Human ResourcesDrop in Minority Med School Students Tied to Affirmative Action Bans
Researchers note the disturbing trend runs contrary to the increased emphasis of many medical schools on health equity and building...