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3 Hidden Ways Telemedicine Creates ROI

Telemedicine expands access to healthcare and increases convenience for patients, especially in rural areas. Although video/webcam technology, text messaging, and other tech-related tools have grown in use over the past few years, it’s important to ensure that you’re covering your costs when offering these options. So, what should you be considering as your ROI? Each hospital’s needs and resources differ, but there could be some benefits you’re overlooking. Read on to discover three less obvious ways your facility can maximize the advantages of using this technology.

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Prioritizing Your Family and Healthcare Leadership

Working parents face many challenges. Although work often gets in the way of home, home also should be allowed to get in the way of work. Sometimes though, the opposing pressure can get overwhelming. Coordinating children’s sports practices, appointments, and after-school care can cause a lot of stress for anyone, let alone executives with demanding schedules. So, how can you balance your facility’s needs with your family’s?

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How to Avoid Holiday Burnout as a Healthcare Leader

‘Tis the season to be jolly. After all, December is a month of multicultural celebrations, from Christmas and Hanukkah to Kwanzaa and New Year’s Eve. Many of us look forward to spending time with family and friends, planning celebratory meals, hosting get-togethers, decorating our homes, and shopping for the perfect gifts. And while these occasions can bring much joy, they also can leave a number of us feeling more than a little overwhelmed.

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6 Questions to Ask Your EHR Vendor

Since all electronic health records (EHR) are not created equally and there have been a variety of EHR technological developments that could help your organization, you may be tempted to upgrade your system. To help during your search, we’ve compiled six questions to ask when choosing the right system for your hospital or facility.

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Celebratory Ideas for NP Week at Your Hospital

National Nurse Practitioner (NP) Week—which provides opportunities for healthcare leaders and co-workers to formally recognize practicing NPs and their important contributions to medicine—officially began Sunday, November 10. As a hospital executive or practice manager, you have likely put something in place to show your NPs how much you value their dedication to and delivery of quality care.

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measuring ROI

3 Hidden Ways Telemedicine Creates ROI

Telemedicine expands access to healthcare and increases convenience for patients, especially in rural areas. Although video/webcam technology, text messaging, and other tech-related tools have grown in use over the past few years, it’s important to ensure that you’re covering your costs when offering these options. So, what should you be considering as your ROI? Each hospital’s needs and resources differ, but there could be some benefits you’re overlooking. Read on to discover three less obvious ways your facility can maximize the advantages of using this technology.

Read More »
Man playing with children on the beach

Prioritizing Your Family and Healthcare Leadership

Working parents face many challenges. Although work often gets in the way of home, home also should be allowed to get in the way of work. Sometimes though, the opposing pressure can get overwhelming. Coordinating children’s sports practices, appointments, and after-school care can cause a lot of stress for anyone, let alone executives with demanding schedules. So, how can you balance your facility’s needs with your family’s?

Read More »
Business man stressed out

How to Avoid Holiday Burnout as a Healthcare Leader

‘Tis the season to be jolly. After all, December is a month of multicultural celebrations, from Christmas and Hanukkah to Kwanzaa and New Year’s Eve. Many of us look forward to spending time with family and friends, planning celebratory meals, hosting get-togethers, decorating our homes, and shopping for the perfect gifts. And while these occasions can bring much joy, they also can leave a number of us feeling more than a little overwhelmed.

Read More »
Laptop with graphics

6 Questions to Ask Your EHR Vendor

Since all electronic health records (EHR) are not created equally and there have been a variety of EHR technological developments that could help your organization, you may be tempted to upgrade your system. To help during your search, we’ve compiled six questions to ask when choosing the right system for your hospital or facility.

Read More »
A smiling medical provider

Celebratory Ideas for NP Week at Your Hospital

National Nurse Practitioner (NP) Week—which provides opportunities for healthcare leaders and co-workers to formally recognize practicing NPs and their important contributions to medicine—officially began Sunday, November 10. As a hospital executive or practice manager, you have likely put something in place to show your NPs how much you value their dedication to and delivery of quality care.

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Fast Facts for International Day of Radiology

On November 8, 1895, German physicist Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen captured the very first x-ray picture. Today, we’d like to celebrate with the rest of the world and help promote radiology’s unique contributions to modern medicine. Please enjoy the following “fast facts” honoring unique pieces of the specialty’s timeline and highlighting a few of its most significant milestones.

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How Trauma Designation Creates a Halo Effect

With the ever-present physician shortage, it may seem impossible to maintain schedule coverage while also looking into the logistics of your facility’s trauma designation and recertification. As you know, each trauma level requires you to make sure you dot your i’s and cross your t’s. If the process seems too daunting, it’s possible to enlist a reputable medical staffing company to help smooth the transition.

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