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UnitedHealth, American Nurses Foundation team on pilot to tackle nurse burnout

Fierce Healthcare

UnitedHealth, American Nurses Foundation team on pilot to tackle nurse burnout. pminemyer. Thu, 12/01/2022 - 16:56

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ED docs offer better care than nurse practitioners, research finds

Fierce Healthcare

ED docs offer better care than nurse practitioners, research finds. fdiamond. Mon, 12/12/2022 - 16:05

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New Jefferson Health program enables clinical, academic nurses to partner on research

Fierce Healthcare

New Jefferson Health program enables clinical, academic nurses to partner on research agliadkovskaya Wed, 01/18/2023 - 14:16

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Nurses plan to picket outside of 22 Kaiser Permanente locations

Fierce Healthcare

Nurses plan to picket outside of 22 Kaiser Permanente locations. fdiamond. Fri, 11/11/2022 - 09:08

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Burnout, Tele-Health, and Accessibility: How to Manage the Expectation of a 24-Hour Workday

Speaker: Keith Carlson — BSN, RN, NC-BC, Host of The Nurse Keith Podcast

Learn how the healthcare industry can promote compassionate care and reduce burnout in a variety of ways.

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Bringing nursing to the table 

Healthcare It News

“I could immediately see the power of having technology that would support the delivery of not only nursing but overall patient care,” Percival explains.

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While Nurses and Doctors Still Rank Highest in Trust, Gallup Finds Trust-Erosion by Party ID

Health Populi

the good news for the human capital of health care is that nurses, physicians and pharmacists continue to lead Americans’ ratings across professions in first, second, and third place respectively. In the annual 2023 Gallup poll on honesty and ethics in professions in the U.S. ,

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Which organizational factors can reduce pediatric nurse burnout?

Healthcare It News

A new study, led by health policy researchers from Rand Corporation, and funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, surveyed pediatric nurses at an urban children's hospital to assess the factors that may or may not be contributing to feelings of burnout.

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DOJ charges 25 in alleged scheme that sold thousands of fake degrees to aspiring nurses

Fierce Healthcare

DOJ charges 25 in alleged scheme that sold thousands of fake degrees to aspiring nurses dmuoio Thu, 01/26/2023 - 13:20

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Pandemic keeps exacerbating burnout among nurses, including travelers

Health Care Dive

Animosity is also growing between core nursing staff and traveling nurses who are often contracted to do the same work for much higher pay, staffing firm Aya Healthcare said

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20K Kaiser nurses, nurse practitioners ratify new contract

Healthcare Dive

After threatening to wage a two-day strike, nurses and nurse practitioners at Kaiser Permanente facilities in Northern California ratified a deal with the system that includes the addition of more than 2,000 new nursing positions

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More states propose nurse staffing, ratio laws

Healthcare Dive

Lawmakers in three states are considering legislation around healthcare worker staffing and nurse-to-patient ratios after the pandemic caused the industry to suffer major workforce challenges

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How nurses are shaping the future of their field [Podcast]

Meditech

It’s no secret that nurses have faced a seemingly endless string of challenges over the past few years. Staffing shortages and higher patient acuity; symptoms of nursing stress and burnout; and frustration with software and processes that interrupt patient care.

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Nurse staffing app connectRN pulls $76M to empower nurses with flexible shifts, career development

Fierce Healthcare

Nurse staffing app connectRN pulls $76M to empower nurses with flexible shifts, career development. rtorrence. Fri, 12/10/2021 - 10:54

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Nurses at Massachusetts Tenet hospital ratify contract, ending 9-month strike

Health Care Dive

The deal includes some staffing improvements that were top priorities for nurses, including limits on how many patients can be assigned in certain hospital units, along with wage increases, the union said

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Burnout, delta variant boost demand for traveling nurses again

Health Care Dive

Hospitals are probably paying 10% to 20% more than they were during previous COVID-19 waves for travel nurses, Kathy Kohnke, senior vice president of client relations at Fastaff, said

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Nursing shortages

Healthcare ECONOMIST

One would expect that as vaccine uptake has risen and cases have fallen, interest in the nursing profession would rise and those who left the nursing profession due to COVID-19 may return. Hospitals all over the country are struggling, especially those in lower-population areas…Nearly 99 percent of rural hospitals surveyed said they were experiencing a staffing shortage; 96 percent of them said they were having the most difficulty finding nurses.

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Nurse employment and wage trends

Healthcare ECONOMIST

Recent news articles have spilled much ink about the current nurse shortage. ” Nursing wages are rising as well. million to recruit nurses. Nursing homes saw only a small decline as of April 2020 (?3

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What Makes Great Nurses Great?

Medical GPS

Being a nurse is hard. After all, there are thousands of other nurses that do the same jobs as you, but some nurses are just better than others. A great nurse isn’t just someone who knows what they’re talking about when speaking with a patient. Nurse Engagement.

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Nurses burned out, dissatisfied with careers consider leaving the field, survey finds

Health Care Dive

New staffing approaches would make the profession more manageable, as would higher wages, nurses told staffing firm Cross Country Healthcare and Florida Atlantic University's College of Nursing

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Our Nursing Home Industry – A National Scandal

HIT Consultant

As a Board-Certified Internist and Geriatrician with over 35 years of providing care in nursing facilities, this sentiment has guided me throughout my career. Our nursing facility industry is about to crumble. of nursing homes experienced a shortage of direct care workers 2.

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Magnet-Worthy: Building Transformational Nurse Leaders

Medi Leadership

It’s tough to achieve and maintain Magnet status — the gold standard of nursing excellence — in the midst of a massive nursing shortage, growing defections and discontent. This work is also at the heart of aligning nursing strategy with the organizational strategic plan.

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“The Front Line Is Shrinking:” Nurses Re-Imagine Nursing at the #NurseHack4Health Hackathon

Health Populi

While nurses were in short supply before 2020, the coronavirus pandemic and stress on front-line health care workers exacerbated the shortage of nursing staff globally. Driving administrative efficiency in nursing care delivery, and.

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Nursing startup nabs $149M for healthcare staffing platform

Fierce Healthcare

Nursing startup nabs $149M for healthcare staffing platform. rtorrence. Thu, 11/18/2021 - 12:23

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Demand for US Travel Nurses Plunges

Healthcare ECONOMIST

In the past months, many hospitals and other health care providers have noted the steep rise in the cost of hiring nurses. Many providers saw double digit year-on-year growth of nurse wages. In large part, much of the additional cost was due to the rise of travelling nurses.

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The Influential Nurse Leader: Cultivating Your Executive Presence

Medi Leadership

Nurse leaders are positioned to be powerful changemakers in healthcare. I saw early on how meaningful her work was; it inspired me to pursue a career in nursing. The most effective nurse leaders can confidently respond to questions like, “Why should I care and what’s in it for me?”

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Nursing union says hospitals aren't following OSHA standard amid delta

Health Care Dive

Industry groups opposed the rules laying out masking, social distancing, testing and exposure notification requirements for hospitals and nursing homes.

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More than 7K New York nurses wage strike

Healthcare Dive

Nurses at eight hospitals originally intended to strike. Ultimately, despite continued bargaining over the weekend, two failed to reach deals in time to stop nurses from walking off the job

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Thousands of nurses across 7 NYC hospitals plan open-ended strike

Fierce Healthcare

Thousands of nurses across 7 NYC hospitals plan open-ended strike. dmuoio. Wed, 01/04/2023 - 12:02

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New York nurses reach deals on third day of strike

Healthcare Dive

About 7,000 nurses at two New York hospitals returned to work Thursday after a three-day walkout

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Over 15,000 Minnesota nurses across 15 hospitals 'overwhelmingly' sign off on labor strike

Fierce Healthcare

Over 15,000 Minnesota nurses across 15 hospitals 'overwhelmingly' sign off on labor strike. dmuoio. Tue, 08/16/2022 - 16:14

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Amid travel nursing rate spikes, a 'record-breaking' number of PE investments deserves scrutiny: report

Fierce Healthcare

Amid travel nursing rate spikes, a 'record-breaking' number of PE investments deserves scrutiny: report. dmuoio. Fri, 10/14/2022 - 16:29

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Nurses Hacking for Health and Compassionomics

Health Populi

The hearts and minds of nurses are fertile and inspirational sources and engines for health care innovation. This round, the hackathon attracted hundreds of nurses from at least 20 countries and 30 U.S. Health Populi’s Hot Points: Why support nurses for health care innovation?

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Nurse Burnout and the Patient Experience: The COVID Crush

Susan E. Mazer, Ph.D

Nurses hear about insufficiencies like not enough ventilators, not enough medication, not enough patient beds; there is not enough of anything. The burnout rate was high even before Covid-19 started, with 50% for physicians and 33% for nurses.

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Nurses at 7 New York hospitals plan open-ended strike

Healthcare Dive

About 16,000 nurses originally planned to strike next Monday, though 4,000 nurses at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital reached a tentative agreement one day after delivering notice of their plans to walk off the job

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Nurses Month 2022: Nurses make a difference 

Spok Inc

and colleagues around the country in recognizing the many sacrifices and contributions of nurses. The post Nurses Month 2022: Nurses make a difference appeared first on Spok Inc. General Healthcare clinical communications COVID-19 nurses

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New Day Nursing Home Education Summit

Briggs Healthcare

Nursing homes do extraordinary work every day. Be part of a new day in nursing home quality improvement! Nursing Homes. Nursing Home Quality Improvement. Mary Madison, RN, RAC-CT, CDP Clinical Consultant – Briggs Healthcare.

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New York nurses union merges with NNU, U.S.’s largest nursing syndicate

Healthcare Dive

The addition of 42,000 NYSNA members brings NNU’s total membership to about 225,000 registered nurses

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Driving nurse retention and performance as turnover rates climb

Medi Leadership

Chances are your organization is struggling to fill nurse vacancies today, and nurses under your roof are struggling with burnout. Earlier this spring, a letter from the American Hospital Association to Congress reported two-thirds of hospitals have a nurse vacancy rate of 7.5%

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COVID Nursing and PTSD

Patient Safety

In fact, I would hazard that no one wants to be able to write about how their job gave them a debilitating mental illness that endangered their life and livelihood, but after living through nursing 2020–2021, here we are. million other nurses.

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Many nurses still eyeing an exit as pandemic frustrations persist, survey finds

Fierce Healthcare

Many nurses still eyeing an exit as pandemic frustrations persist, survey finds. dmuoio. Wed, 09/07/2022 - 15:45

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EMR systems shift nurses’ attention away from patients

Healthcare It News

However, attention has shifted from the patient to the EMR system, with nurses spending 20-40% of their time on the EMR platform. Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise has published a white paper on optimising the care pathway for better outcomes in hospitals.

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The PREP Act and Nursing Homes’ Fight to Move COVID Claims to Federal Court

Bill Of Health

As nursing homes face wrongful death claims amid the COVID-19 pandemic , they increasingly have pursued a common litigation strategy : attempting to reroute state tort lawsuits to federal court. Nursing Home Litigation Strategy Under the PREP Act. By Kaitlynn Milvert.

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