Nurse Leadership

Example of a COVID-19 specific information board

The Benefits of COVID-19 Specific Information Boards

With so much about the current pandemic still unknown, healthcare leaders are finding themselves in a seemingly impossible balancing act between dealing with the elements of the unknown surrounding the novel virus while practicing crisis leadership. One key crisis leadership skill is great transparency. And, during a crisis, transparent leadership can at times be much …

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As Hospitals Rely On New Grads To Address Staffing Shortages, Recent Study Reveals Approximately 57% of New Nurses Will Leave Their Organization Within The First Two Years, group of healthcare workers standing together

As Hospitals Rely On New Grads To Address Staffing Shortages, Recent Study Reveals Approximately 57% of New Nurses Will Leave Their Organization Within The First Two Years

According to a recent survey by Avant Healthcare Professionals, external hiring, through the utilization of staffing agencies, is on the rise as organizations seek to solve staffing issues caused by the ongoing nursing shortage. As healthcare leaders seek to control costs, the following statistics offer important insights into some of the largest line items associated …

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5 Benefits of External Hiring

As a wise man by the name of Steve Jobs once said, “It doesn’t make sense to hire smart people and tell them what to do; we hire smart people so they can tell us what to do”. This sage advice rings especially true when it comes to the dynamic world of healthcare. Often, organizations experience long turnover times when filling high level niche positions. …

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6 Steps to Better Engage Millennial Nurses

According to the recent 2019 Deloitte Millennial survey, 49% of Millennials would quit their job within the next two years. While this may seem alarming for hiring managers who are already faced with nursing shortages nationwide, it is crucial for managers to understand the underlying factors that contribute to the generational attitudes behind Millennial employment …

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6 Steps To Foster A Culture Of Professional Growth

For at least the past decade, nursing shortages and the sky-high turnover rates of bedside nurses have posed significant problems to nurse leaders. It is no secret that nurse attrition can impact everything from quality of care and team morale to the department’s net operating budget, seeing as staff nurses are generally the single largest …

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‘Burnout’ Is Now Classified as A Medical Condition

Burnout results from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed. The three key symptoms are: Exhaustion Disengagement or distance from one’s workplace Reduced professional performance For the first time, burnout has been added to an official list of diseases and related disorders. It is debilitating for the individual and also damages the economy. …

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10 Steps to Engage the 49% of Millennials Who Would Quit their Job within Two Years

Key Takeaways: 49% of Millennials surveyed reported they would quit their job within two years. Nurse turnover is estimated to cost organizations between $4.4-$7 million annually. Nurses may be influenced to stay in positions by different factors depending on their age group or seniority. According to the recent 2019 Deloitte Millennial survey, 49% of Millennials …

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The Business Case For Promoting Patient Experience and Employee Engagement

Given the ever-changing nature of healthcare, few things are absolute. In recent years, there has been much talk about the organizational benefits of promoting patient experience and employee engagement. Hospital leaders know that data supports a positive correlation between patient experience and employee engagement with improved financial performance. But, what exactly does the data say? …

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Survey Finds: Remote Patient Monitoring Is Main IT Priority Among Hospitals

According to a recent survey of over 275 healthcare professionals including clinical practitioners, healthcare executives, and IT and hospital administrators, survey participants reported that their highest IT priority in healthcare is remote patient monitoring. According to the survey by Vidyo, “respondents said remote patient monitoring will be ‘extremely’ and ‘very’ advantageous for the following use …

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