Alexandra Wilson Pecci is an editor for HealthLeaders.
For nurse leaders, certain issues, from increasing education to reducing readmissions, will be front and center this year. At the core is an emphasis on quality of care.
Having taken home a pair of scrubs might cost a nursing student her career. The matter brings up larger questions about honesty and ethics in nursing.
In our annual HealthLeaders 20, we profile individuals who are changing healthcare for the better. Some are longtime...
A winning combination of eagle-eyed medical expertise and compassionate bedside manner puts nurses in the top slot among professions rated on honesty and ethical standards.
The barriers that prevent nurses from pursuing advanced degrees are predictable: cost and time constraints—but not insurmountable—if chief nursing officers flex their power, a study suggests.
Flu vaccination rates improve when nurses administer the shots. But how to improve vaccination rates among nurses and other healthcare workers?
A new Medicare rule that will pay nurses when they help patients make the successful transition from hospitals to other settings is a huge win for nursing and one of the biggest things ever to happen for coordinated care initiatives.
Agency nurses are just as educated and nearly as experienced as permanent nurses and may be a good solution to the projected nursing shortage, a study says.
A Medicare ruling restoring payments to Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists for services performed to the full extent of their scope of practice is raising the ire of some physicians.
Data shows that helping to educate minority nurses will not only improve minority representation in hiring, but will serve as a workforce multiplier.