NursingWhy Nurses Stay in Jobs and Why They Go
A new Press Ganey data analysis uncovers the key drivers of nurses' intent to stay in their positions.
NursingWant to Keep Nurses at the Bedside? Here's How.
Nurse leaders share how they attract RNs to their healthcare organizations and get them to stay for the long haul.
InnovationAmazon-Backed Healthcare Venture Gets Much-Needed Name: Haven
A new website launched to coincide with the new name outlines in broad terms some of the areas where Haven...
Clinical Care3 Steps to Make Good Hiring Decisions in Clinical Settings
Stakes are high when recruiting new clinical staff, including costs associated with making new hires.
Clinical CareHospital-Physician Consolidation Growth Trends Moderate
After spiking from 2012 to 2015, the increase in hospital-employed physicians and hospital-owned physician practices eased from 2016 to early...
StrategyJudge Allows Ex-Optum Exec to Work for Amazon Healthcare Venture
A closely watched trade-secrets dispute in a federal courtroom ended with the judge rejection Optum's request for a temporary restraining...
Clinical Care4 Strategies for Keeping Your Millennial Healthcare Workers
Techniques to retain millennials include dress code changes and providing opportunities for career advancement.
Clinical CareHospitals Stressed by 'Out-of-Control' Drug Costs, Shortages
Average total drug spending per hospital admission increased by 18.5% between 2015 and 2017, forcing hospitals to cut staff, delay...
Clinical Care4 Physician Assistant Trends to Watch in 2019
This year's expected developments include a new electronic recertification process for physician assistants.
NursingMore Than Half Of California Nursing Homes Balk At Stricter Staffing Rules
California is one of only a few states that set their own minimum requirements for nursing home staffing. The new...
NursingNurse Staffing Isn't Straightforward. Here's Why.
Mandating nurse-to-patient ratios is one solution to nurse staffing, but some favor different approaches to the issue.
NursingWill They or Won't They? Massachusetts Voters to Decide on Nurse Staffing Ratios.
On Tuesday, Massachusetts voters will face a ballot question on mandating nurse-to-patient ratios.