The COVID-19 pandemic has created excessive pressure on the country's healthcare system, with many facilities and patients impacted by staff shortages and caregiver burnout.
Cross Country Healthcare President and CEO Kevin Clark on how healthcare leaders and professionals can use lessons learned from the pandemic to move forward with intention.
As the COVID pandemic continues, having a strong culture of care is more important than ever. Here are methods for building a culture of care within your organization with patients and families, providers and staff, and the greater community top of mind.
Healthcare leaders are faced with difficult decisions heading into this flu season, which has been predicted to be a severe one.
Nurse practitioners continue to play a critical role in the battle against COVID. From their extensive clinical skillsets to crisis management and leadership capabilities, here’s what makes NPs so valuable for healthcare organization.
The height of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic left little unchanged in its wake. However, for hospitals and the healthcare system, it brought significant challenges operationally, emotionally, and financially.
Health experts across the country are sounding the alarm, that we are in the middle of a mental health pandemic. Depression cases are increasing, showing rates have tripled as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Healthcare leaders can counteract the uncertainty dealt by the pandemic by planning for both COVID surges and recoveries. Strategic planning with these trends in mind can help.
A number of factors are contributing to the urgent need for healthcare organizations to aggressively plan for potential surge capacity in their facilities during the coming months.
Recently, the American Hospital Association (AHA) launched a campaign to address vaccine hesitation and add credibility to COVID-19 vaccination efforts.