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Care coordination is necessary for providing complete patient care but often involves many individual aspects in order to ensure patients receive the best attention for their specific needs. While care...
In the United States, there are almost 4 million nurses. This may seem like a large number, but looking at a more granular level, most healthcare facilities are stretched to...
In the United States, hospitals spend over $1 trillion per year for everything from staffing to supplies, equipment, and more. Staffed beds near 1 million each year, and admissions per...
The Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) survey has helped to provide standardized metrics regarding patient perspectives on satisfaction and quality care....
There is a new shortage in hospitals and health systems around the country. As experienced nurses retire, new graduates and novice nurses are flooding the healthcare workforce. While novice nurses...
According to the CDC, in 2015, over 63% of drug overdoses resulting in death involved an opioid. As the opioid crisis grows, medical technology companies are developing digital solutions for...
Telehealth nursing uses technology to deliver care from nurses in remote locations to any provider’s location or hospital. Webcams, VoIP, Internet, and phone lines are used to deliver this care...
In the United States, teleprofessionals have been growing in demand amidst physician shortages. Rural hospitals and emergency departments (ED) are struggling with low-budgets and staff shortages. Before the rise of...
Rikki joins other Forbes Human Resources Council members, who are hand-selected, to become part of a curated network of successful peers and get access to a variety of exclusive benefits...