Taking a cue from Uber, Airbnb and other on-demand companies, leaders at Intermountain Healthcare think a mobile app for scheduling nurses and other healthcare workers might help solve their staffing challenges.
SEIU nurses in San Francisco want to delete the Zuckerberg name from Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital
Overtime among nurses is relatively common, but the practice can lead to decreased collaboration with other nurses or physicians even if it's just an hour over the nurse's shift, according to new research.
Hospital execs and lobbyists will flood the Washington Hilton for the American Hospital Association's annual membership meeting. HHS Secretary Alexa Azar, CMS Administrator Seema Verma, and Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) are among the D.C. dignitaries scheduled to speak.
A nurse from Banner-University Medical Center in Tucson, Ariz., captured second place at the Boston Marathon, only her second marathon.
A measure passed by Virginia's General Assembly would allow most types of nurse practitioners with five years of full-time clinical experience to earn approval to practice without maintaining a contract with a physician who oversees them.
Starting this week, healthcare facilities in California must have comprehensive plans in place to protect clinicians from workplace violence.
Union nurses at a Detroit Medical Center hospital charge that Tenet Healthcare Corp. has violated the terms of its 2013 purchase of DMC. They say charity care has dropped 98% since 2013 at four DMC hospitals.
When offered a raise, hundreds of physicians in Quebec just said no. Or at least they've signed a petition protesting the recently negotiated pay hikes.
Hospital lab personnel are asking the CMS to roll back a 2016 policy that allows nurses to analyze lab tests. The request comes as such tests become more complex and widely used.
The nursing shortage is expected to persist through 2025, which will increase hospitals' expenses related to recruiting and retaining qualified employees.
Nearly three years ago, the American Nurses Association drew a firm line in the sand when it comes to workplace violence. The organization declared that it was taking a zero tolerance stance against violence and bullying and called on other parts of the indutry to join arms.