Nurses are the most trusted profession in America, followed by doctors and pharmacists

Health Populi

Nurses rank top in Americans’ minds for the seventeenth year-in-a-row, Gallup found in its annual survey of honesty and ethics in professions. Whether in face-to-face health care, virtual/telehealth modes, or call centers, patients love and appreciate nurses.

Disrupting Nurse Call

Medical Connectivity

Nurse call is changing. These changes impact provider organizations and manufacturers as nurse call is integrated with adjacent market point of care solutions and new technologies. Let's look at the recent past of the nurse call market and where we might be going in 2019 and beyond.

Nurses: The Force for Change

Mobile Health Matters

This week marks National Nurses Week in the U.S., both a celebration of the profession and an opportunity to educate the public about the role nurses play in healthcare and their communities. Nurses Driving Change. Traditionally, the nurses’ role was limited in the hospital.

Curbing Nurses Turnover Rates


Learn why curbing nurses turnover rate is important for care quality in medical facilities, especially in nursing homes, from HealthStream

A Culture of Learning: Why Today’s Nurses Deserve the Best Onboarding and Education Available

Electronic Health Reporter

By Anne Dabrow Woods, DNP, RN, CRNP, ANP-BC, AGACNP-BC, FAAN, chief Nurse, Health Learning, Research and Practice, Wolters Kluwer. Have you thanked a nurse today? National Nurses Week 2019 runs May 6 through 12 and […].

Patient Safety In Nursing: The Nurse's Role


Learn how patient safety in nursing depends on understanding how and why we are treating patients and how that treatment affects our patients, from HealthStream

Nursing home EMS startup Call9 announces plans to close

Mobi Health News

The Brooklyn-based startup is laying off roughly 100 employees

Can Nurse Practitioners Use Telehealth?


Advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs), a subset of healthcare that includes nurse practitioners, has been increasingly called upon over the past few decades to extend healthcare beyond the primary care physician safety net.

Nurses Are Awesome

Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health

. At the Center for Total Health, we think the world of nurses and the outstanding work they do every day to make lives better. To help celebrate Nurses Week, some very important experts were asked to tell us what they think about nurses. The post Nurses Are Awesome appeared first on Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health. Uncategorized awesome nurses Nurses nurses week

Attracting and Recruiting Prospective Nurses through a Website


In order to build a successful healthcare organization website for recruiting prospective nurses, you not only have to understand your audience, you have to prioritize and showcase certain key areas. Understand What Nurses Want Out of a Career. It’s scary being a new nurse.

Celebrating America’s Nurses

Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health

These are just some of the roles that today’s nurses play. As we celebrate Nurses Week 2018 from May 6 to 12, the people of Kaiser Permanente give heartfelt thanks to America’s nurses — especially the 58,000 we’re proud to call KP nurses. Happy Nurses Week. Read more about Nurses Week and watch the video here. The post Celebrating America’s Nurses appeared first on Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health.

7 Nurse Retention Strategies


Utilize these 7 nurse retention strategies from HealthStream to keep your healthcare employees happy and engaged with their work

A Nurse’s Perspective On Using Technology To Improve Patient Care

Electronic Health Reporter

The article A Nurse’s Perspective On Using Technology To Improve Patient Care appeared first on Editorial Brianna Zink health IT Infor Workforce Management for Healthcare nursing technologyThis article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter.

Nursing home EMS startup Call9 announces plans to close

Mobi Health News

The Brooklyn-based startup is laying off roughly 100 employees

UA Telehealth Nurse Researcher Collaborates with Universidad Mayor in Chile

Arizona Telemedicine Program

For 15 years, I was a home hospice nurse who went out on emergency nighttime visits to patients who were experiencing symptoms that terrified their family. Phase One: Using Simulation Labs to Teach Future Telehealth Providers.

Lifelong Learning in Nursing Is Vital


Learn why an interest in lifelong learning in nursing is considered to be an element of professionalism for anyone working in healthcare, from HealthStream

How Skilled Nursing Facilities Need To Prepare For Value-Based Care

Electronic Health Reporter

The article How Skilled Nursing Facilities Need To Prepare For Value-Based Care appeared first on Editorial long-term care Medicare fee-for-service skilled nursingThis article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter.

What Is Nursing Informatics?


Nursing Informatics is a specialized area of nursing and branch of this profession that is seeing much growth. This blog post’s purpose is to be an elementary introduction to this burgeoning specialty

5 Essentials of Nursing Orientation


Learn about 5 essentials of nursing orientation and its pivotal role in the competency and retention of newly hired registered nurses, from HealthStream

Personality Traits of a Great Nurse


Between the physical demands, the emotional moments, and the stress of thinking under high pressure situations, some personality traits are strong contributors to success in the nursing profession

The Importance of Effective Communication in Nursing


Registered Nurse Nicole Kraut shares her experiences with HealthStream and how she believes effective communication is most important during patient interactions

All the Jobs Doctors and Nurses Can Do From Home

Enzyme Health

Work from home jobs for doctors and nurses can help you achieve more life balance while still serving patients either one-on-one or behind the scenes. From phone triage, to telemedicine, to medical writing, here is a robust list of work from home jobs for doctors and nurses.

Provider Spotlight: How an Urgent Care Telemedicine Nurse Practitioner Balances Family and Career

Enzyme Health

Nurse practitioner Michelle Everhart loved her career, but when she got pregnant she struggled with the decision of whether to leave the job she loved to spend more time with her son. From Family Nurse Practitioner to Urgent Care Telemedicine NP. I’ve been a nurse since 2007.

Are We Successfully Training New Nurses to Think Like a Nurse?


The challenge for nursing schools to teach their learners how to think like a nurse is a significant one. A lack of judgment skills may inhibit a new nurse’s ability to recognize clinical deterioration, which can result in compromised patient safety

Future Of Skilled Nursing Facilities: Challenges & Opportunities


Read about the many things that will continue to be big challenges and opportunities for the furture of skilled nursing facilities, from HealthStream

Challenges In Nursing Facilities: Best Practices


Here are some current issues and industry changes as well as some solutions that will continue to be big challenges in nursing facilities (SNFs), from HealthStream

Better Onboarding Impacts Outcomes – the Case for Nurse Residency Programs


Onboarding is the time to start new nurses off with a strong foundation by ensuring they have good mentorship, correct expectations, and a proper support system

Effects of Poor Communication Patterns Between Nurses & Providers


Learn how the effects of poor communication in healthcare between nurses, healthcare professionals, and providers occur for a variety of reasons from HealthStream

The Challenges of Developing Nurses’ Critical Thinking


Many healthcare institutions have impediments in the structure of how they deliver care that prove to be a hindrance to their efforts to develop new nurses’ critical thinking ability.

Telehealth Talk: What Nurses and Nurse Practitioners Need to Know – AR Edition (Episode 14)

South Central Telehealth Resource Center

Listen as Dr. Rhoads discusses the important role of nurses and nurse practitioners in coordinating care using technology; legal, ethical, and regulatory issues surrounding telehealth; and describes innovative programs related to managing patient populations. The post Telehealth Talk: What Nurses and Nurse Practitioners Need to Know – AR Edition (Episode 14) appeared first on LearnTelehealth.

Nurse-Physician Collaboration: Harnessing the Power of Health IT to Improve Patient Outcomes

Mobile Health Matters

As health systems focused on ensuring doctors had access to state-of-the-art health IT to monitor their patients when they couldn’t be at the bedside, the quality of tools and pace of adoption for nursing solutions did not keep up.

Myth or Reality: Are Satisfied Nurses More Likely to Stay?


Although there is a lack of agreement about the severity of the nursing shortage that is being predicted, most feel that there will be a substantial shortage developing over the next several years. Job satisfaction is important to consider when evaluating nurse retention

Healthcare Trend Watch — the Nursing Shortage Is Getting Worse


Hospitals continue to feel the financial pain stemming from the ongoing nursing shortage. Compounding the problem of a nursing shortage is a high turnover rate among new nurses

Five Steps for Teaching Each Clinical Judgment Competency for Nursing


Teaching a clinical judgment competency for nursing students and new nurses is far more effective if you use an overall process that is systematic and formalized.

Nurse Retention Is More Critical Than Ever, Given the Worsening Nurse Shortage


To counteract growing nurse shortages, healthcare organizations must get better at keeping their nurses from leaving

Healthcare Innovation Development Through Bedside Discovery and Doctoral Education

MedTech Boston

MedTech Features News healthcare innovation innovation phd nurse entrepreneur nurse innovationHealthcare innovation is a growing force in both the healthcare and technology spaces today. Nearly daily, we read and.

Why It's Time to Embrace Telemedicine


What’s this new thing called Telemedicine? For starters, it’s not new! I t’s more than 40 years old and was developed as a way to use improvements in communication technology to bring quality medical diagnoses and care to individuals in remote parts of the world.