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Easy to use technology enables providers to simply be providers. By augmenting patient care with technology services, health care providers can focus on treating their patients.
The need for nursing to move to one national licensure model is critical for each state’s ability to provide healthcare that Americans expect and deserve. 
EvergreenHealth is located in Kirkland, Wash., just outside of Seattle and was the first hospital in the country to treat a wave of patients diagnosed with community-spread COVID-19.
An unrecognized and misunderstood asset of hospitals today is patient data. Clinicians rely on data to make informed decisions, but too often they do not get the right type of data at the right time.
Nurses are being redeployed to unfamiliar units to care for the surge of critically ill patients entering hospitals globally. Learn how virtual orientation can help effectively redeploy your nurses.
Facing COVID-19, new nurses are entering a more stressful and emotionally exhausting environment than ever before. Learn how to best support this critical transition during these unprecedented times.
Primary and acute care practitioners have unique opportunities and a growing sense of responsibility to address substance use and mental health disorders in routine office visits.
[Sponsored] The four essential practices you need to think differently about personalizing experiences, exceeding your patients’ expectations, and set yourself apart in a demanding digital society.
[Sponsored] Activate overwhelmed and uninvolved patients using education solutions designed to inform and connect.
[Sponsored] In a recent study of more than 1,200 clinicians, 87 percent say that alarms for non-actionable, irrelevant issues “occur frequently,” a jump of more than 10 percent in five years. The problem is growing with the proliferation of monitoring devices in hospitals. It’s time to make alarm management a priority, to protect patient safety and to mitigate provider burnout.
[Sponsored] Whether it’s a local clinic with a team of ten employees or a healthcare system with multiple locations, every healthcare facility relies on its staff to deliver exceptional care 24/7. Issues such as patient acuity, census counts, and shift requirements must be considered when creating staff schedules. Factor in call offs, time-off requests and other last-minute changes, and it’s easy to see why staff scheduling can be a time-intensive, laborious process for nurse managers.