Hospitals and healthcare administrators must come together to find ways to retain their nurses and to rethink how they manage their nursing workforce more generally. Here are four potential strategies.
The healthcare ecosystem cannot exist without nurses, so it is time to invest in the enhanced technologies available to hospitals to alleviate burnout among healthcare’s most critical team members.
While the Covid-19 pandemic is diminished with the introduction of vaccines, the need for a national license model is still prevalent as we face other serious health challenges like natural disasters and social conflict.
Across the county, large health systems and hospitals are expanding their services to include chiropractic doctors, acupuncturists and massage therapists aimed at supporting their staff.
The HHS amendment is meant to vaccinate Americans as quickly as possible. This could be an incredible turning point in offering additional support for our frontline workforce or, if not executed correctly, could add additional and unnecessary stress to a field already experiencing widespread burnout.
Closing the gap between documentation and communication and ensuring software enhances rather than distracts from workflow are two ways that the burden on nurses can be eased at this time.