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It goes without saying that there is a high demand for healthcare right now. As hospitals take on more and more patients, many suffering from COVID-19, healthcare facilities need to keep up or patients will not be able to get the care they need. So, what can your facility to do weather the current pandemic… Read more »

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Medical facility managers and HR professionals are well aware of the serious shortage in nursing personnel that’s currently afflicting the healthcare industry. We’ve even discussed tips and tricks for your organization to deal with the problem. But what if there were ways to help overcome the issue before it even became a serious problem? You’re… Read more »

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Nearly half of the states in the country, as well as more than 25 cities and counties, will be raising their minimum wage in 2020. Many already have. For medical facilities like yours, this means one thing: you must remain competitive by offering your nurses fair compensation and benefits. After all, nurses list salary as… Read more »

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It goes without saying that short staffing in healthcare is a big problem. And it goes way beyond shift coverage on paper. Patients are dependent upon nurses for care and welfare — when a facility falls short on the staffing end, the consequences can be severe. Beyond affecting patient health, it can affect a facility’s… Read more »

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One of the most challenging parts of managing a medical facility during the holiday season is the scheduling. Accommodating your employees’ requests for time off while still fulfilling the required staffing levels is not easy! So how can you make things easy this holiday season while making sure that your facility has the staff it… Read more »

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Healthcare and social assistance workers are almost five times as likely to be injured as a result of workplace violence, according to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration. That’s a sobering statistic for nursing facilities in and around Roswell and across the country – workplace violence is a growing, pervasive and underreported problem that can’t… Read more »

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Just about every industry has to deal with employee turnover. Thanks to the high stress and long hours of the nursing profession, it’s an even more common problem for nursing facilities. Are you dealing with nursing turnover at your facility in or around Norcross? Here are four reasons for turnover and what to do about… Read more »

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If there’s one thing the healthcare industry experiences, it’s change. Sometimes, it’s easy to forget there is a team of real human beings manning your facility that are affected by these changes. Things like mergers, integrated clinical networks, and the formation of large medical conglomerates all have a real impact on your staff. Here are… Read more »

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Almost every business has a code of ethics, but ethical standards hold an especially important place in the world of healthcare. In situations that sometimes involve life and death, it’s important your facility hires the right people that will not only follow your business’s ethical code, but put ethical conduct at the very center of… Read more »