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Performance improvement through staff training and workforce development
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.
5 Ways to Reduce Horizontal Violence in Healthcare
Did you know that while about 10% of all professions report disruptive behaviors in the workplace, reports for healthcare professions are 3x higher?
Good Intentions Gone Bad: The Opioid Crisis & Implications for Healthcare Professionals
The opioid crisis is one of the most serious public health concerns our nation has ever had to face. Every day in American more than 116 die from opioid overdoses.
4 Steps to Successfully Reducing Clinical Variation
Working with leading healthcare organizations has led our team to identify a framework for success in efforts to reduce variation in care.
The Opioid Epidemic’s Forgotten Victims
Despite consistent news coverage of the individuals affected by the opioid epidemic, there remains a large segment of society that is overlooked...
Supporting Appropriate Opioid Prescribing
When process, incentives and legislation are aligned, prescribers make the best choice, and better outcomes result for all the patients we serve.
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.
Empowering vs. Opposing Tech for Providers
Technological innovations have brought significant gains to healthcare – and few patients or providers would roll the scroll back to 1999.
The Home Care and Home Health Edge – Part III: Innovative Marketing
In this 3rd and final post of this blog series, we will explore innovative marketing strategies that can drive competitive advantage in 4 easy steps.
Owning Your Healthcare Performance Data
As healthcare shifts to value-based purchasing, there are a few strategies that organizations and leaders can use to reduce the burden on providers.
The Home Care and Home Health Edge – Part II: Hiring for the “It” Factor
Now that you've sourced candidates which ones do you hire? Do you hire many and expect turnover from a few? How will you screen and make the selection?
Heroin Alert: A 3-Part Response
People addicted to prescription pain medications often switch to heroin because it offers a similar high, doesn’t require a prescription, and is cheaper to buy.
Don’t Be a QAPI Cat
The CMS recommends structuring your QAPI by using 5 basic building blocks that consider the unique position of your organization. These 5 elements are...
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