Clinical Care4 Strategies to Address Clinical Staff Shortages at Rural Hospitals
Recent research highlights the difficulty of maintaining adequate clinical team staffing at rural hospitals. Four recruitment tactics could help change...
Nursing4 Issues on Nurse Leaders' Radar
Nurse executives discuss some of the nursing profession's biggest challenges. Here's a roundup of those important topics.
Clinical CareAMGA: Physician Compensation Rose Significantly in 2018
Physicians in primary care specialties experienced a relatively high 4.91% increase in median compensation, survey data shows.
StrategyPrimary Care Staffing Models Should Evolve Amid Shift to Value-Based Care
Providers with higher-level skills in their staffing mix aren't necessarily more productive than those that rely exclusively on medical assistants.
NursingTop Rapid Response Teams for Resuscitation Have Greater Autonomy
The best resuscitation care was associated with rapid-response teams that had dedicated staff without competing responsibilities and that could be...
Clinical CareTraining, Policy Changes Would End Clinician Shortages in Palliative Care, CAPC Leader Says
A worsening shortage of palliative care physicians is predicted over the next 14 years. One healthcare leader suggests ways to...
Clinical CareDo You Pay Enough to Recruit In-Demand Clinicians? Check These Trends
The 26th annual review of clinician recruitment by Merritt Hawkins compiles data from more than 3,000 hiring search assignments.
NursingTrends in Nurse Staffing
Hospitals and healthcare systems are turning to new graduate RNs and staffing agencies to fill open positions.
Clinical CarePalliative Care Faces Staffing Shortages as 'Workforce Valley' Looms
Unless new policies are adopted, a steady decline in the number of palliative care physicians is expected for the next...
InnovationA Health Care Overhaul Could Kill 2 Million Jobs, And That's OK
Shouldn't the primary goal of a health care system be delivering efficient care at a reasonable price, not rewarding shareholders...
Nursing4 Trends Nurse Leaders Are Facing
The Journal of Nursing Administration editor-in-chief addressed emerging nursing issues during AONE 2019.
Short-Staffed Nursing Homes See Drop In Medicare Ratings
Most downgraded homes had payroll records that showed no RN hours at all for four days or more. The remainder...