Posts about Acute Care
Hospitals and COVID-19 Repercussions: Tips for Integrating Trauma-Informed Care
We are all experiencing trauma on some level right now. Behavioral health practitioners are well educated in trauma-informed care, and healthcare workers can benefit from their expertise.
Work Culture: Breaking Down Silos, Ending the Silence
While protecting patients and healthcare workers in an era of pervasive burnout needs strong leadership, it often begins with a healthy culture.
Celebrating Nurse Heroes: The Reality of Making a Difference
Each year National Nurses WeekNurses celebrates the key role nurses have played throughout history. This year is made more poignant with the COVID-19 pandemic accompanying the celebration.
7 Days of Pandemic Self-Care for the Healthcare Professional
Real concepts you can incorporate into each day to combat the mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical fatigue you may be feeling in these difficult times.
Burnout: The Signs of Onset, Methods of Prevention
Burnout is a big problem in healthcare and a test of resilience for individual workers. A new book by a physician draws on both his own experiences and those of others who are susceptible or resilient.
Solving for the Unknown: Preeclampsia Awareness
Every May, the healthcare industry recognizes the nation’s maternal mortality crisis, specifically related to preeclampsia, HELLP syndrome and related hypertensive disorders of pregnancy.
3 Steps to Improve Patient Experience
With patients demanding that the healthcare system meet them where they are, this blog looks at how healthcare organizations can improve patient experience.
Patient Experience During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Patient Experience Week provides healthcare leaders the opportunity to think about what actions they can be taking to look after their care teams and to safeguard the best possible experience for patients.
The Undeniable Link Between Obstetric Hemorrhage and Maternal Mortality
Despite being largely preventable and most often treatable, obstetric hemorrhage is still recognized as the most common serious complication of childbirth in the U.S. This blog looks at what is being done to change this.
5 Leadership Styles in Nursing
Effective nurse management is crucial to hospitals and health systems for team motivation, performance, and job satisfaction. Find out about the types of leadership styles that could help your nurses drive better patient care.
Snapshots of COVID-19 in the Field: Relias Experts Share Firsthand Experiences
Our hands-on experts working in the healthcare field, share their firsthand insights into how they are working to deter the coronavirus disease outbreak.
Nursing Leadership: What Is It and Why Is It Important?
Nursing leadership is one of the single most important factors in motivating and inspiring nurses to practice at the top of their licensure, it is most successful when the entire team is also successful. We look at the impact good leadership has on healthcare organizations.
Combatting Workplace and Horizontal Violence in Healthcare
Healthcare workers face significant risks of workplace and horizontal violence. The effects of this can be devastating for those involved. Find out how you can address this in healthcare organizations.