By Cheryl Cruver – Exacerbated by pandemic-induced burnout, resignations, and even terminations, staffing challenges remain throughout healthcare. Medical records, billing, and compliance are the fastest-growing healthcare white-collar administrative professions, according to the American Hospital Association…Read More
By Matthew Blosl – Staffing shortages and other challenges have become principal concerns in the healthcare industry over the course of the pandemic, as historically high shortages plague provider facilities across the U.S., from hospitals to urgent care clinics.
By Deirdre Ruttle – For healthcare organizations, staffing shortages are compounding the severe financial impacts of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Proven strategies can help reduce staff dependency and increase productivity to not only survive the staffing shortages but thrive in the future.
By Matt Maslin – If you ask a hospital executive what issues are keeping them up at night, there’s a good chance staffing will be high on their list of concerns. John has spoken with 100+ senior hospital executives across the US to discuss biggest challenges they’re facing for 2022 and beyond.
By Bryan Dickerson – Over the past year and a half, reactivity in all areas of operations within the healthcare system has had significant impacts to both the nurse and patient experience. One of the areas hit the hardest during the pandemic have been the nurses themselves.
You and Blue announces Medical Staff Now, a new national website created to help medical professionals register to assist states in need of their professional services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
While the United States strives to control the pandemic, hospitals are preparing for a massive demand spike. In view of this, DirectShifts is offering all employers who sign with the company, one full month of no fees and at-cost clinician staffing.
Now more than ever, burnout amongst healthcare providers is on the rise. Last year, in a study, The Physician’s Foundation found that nearly 80 percent of physicians are “sometimes, often or always” feeling burned out.