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Getting the Most Out of Annual Mandatory Training
Here are four ways leaders can get the most out of annual training and make the process more meaningful for staff.
10 Strategies to Eliminate Healthcare-Associated Infections
Every year, more than 35 million people in the United States go to hospitals to get better. Per the CDC,, ....
Suicide Risk: A Growing Concern
The suicide rate increased 25% in less than two decades across the US, and more than 1 million people have made a suicide attempt in the past year.
DSP Retention: Nurture Your Newbies, Reward Your Veterans
Like any other initiative, the keys to creating a successful peer mentoring program include building buy-in and determining how you will evaluate effectiveness.
3 Steps to Assess and Respond to Suicide Ideation in Acute Care Settings
All clinical staff, regardless of setting, needs to be comfortable with identifying risk factors and screening all patients for suicide ideation.
Beyond E-Learning: How HR Can Move Staff to the Next Level
Good HR and OD partners make the show go on without a hitch, but great ones make the departments they support look even better and enhance the performance.
Beyond the Buzzwords: Does Your Integrated Healthcare Platform Deliver?
There are many companies adept at pointing out what’s wrong in an organization. But revealing vulnerabilities accomplishes only half the battle.
7 Rules of Staff Training Every Organization Needs
Times are changing, and so are the ways in which we train our staff. If you knew there were 7, ....
One Child’s Story of Integrated Care
Rates of depression and other psychological disorders are substantially higher in adolescents and young adults with cancer when compared with older adults.
Millennials Are Here to Stay: A Guide to Bridging Generational Gaps and Embracing the Arriving Workforce
No matter your personal opinions of the millennials, they are here to stay; so how do we embrace them in the modern healthcare workplace?
Suicide and Stigma: Isn’t it Time for a Shift in Mindset?
The attitude that mental health and addiction issues are personal failings is a persistent one in our society, making those impacted hesitant to reach out for help. In light of rising suicide rates, how can those in healthcare work to change the narrative?
Successful Integrated Care Takes a Village, Too
By continuing to observe successful models of integrating care, providers can consider community-specific ways to better integrate care.
Integrated Care: Getting to Go
With patient health and wellness at the center of an integrated care plan, whatever mode of delivery enables better outcomes should be promoted.
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