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3 Ways Healthcare Priorities Will Likely Shift in 2021

When COVID-19 first hit the United States in March of 2020, so many things were uncertain, but one thing became increasingly clear: COVID was not going to go away any time soon. The coronavirus impacted every aspect of hospital operations, and the wa...

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Two Tricks to Avoid Staff Engagement Flatlining

Clinicians are at the center of every process in the hospital. As a result, no initiative can be successful without staff engagement. From caring for patients to implementing new state of the art technology, if the clinicians aren’t engaged, failur...

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How to Use Data to Decrease Nurse Burnout and Improve Patient Care

More than one-half of American physicians and one-third of nurses are experiencing symptoms of burnout, according to a 2018 article published in Cureus. That’s a problem because clinician burnout — which is characterized by emotional exhaustion, ...

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