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Introducing a Hand Hygiene Initiative? Follow These 3 Steps to Boost Staff Buy-In

No change initiative will be successful without staff buy-in. It doesn’t matter how inspired, impactful, or well-researched the initiative is. A hand hygiene initiative that’s projected to significantly decrease healthcare-associated infections (...

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What Nurses Really Need: Staffing Support

Nurses are hurting right now. The pandemic took a physical and emotional toll on the world’s nurses, and unless hospitals and healthcare systems take decisive action, nurse resignations are likely to rise in the near future. According to the Intern...

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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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