As a trusted healthcare staffing partner to health systems and facilities around the country, Cross Country Healthcare has conducted a recent survey of healthcare executives to uncover strategies to prepare for such an event.
Having shed light on several weaknesses of the U.S. health care system, the COVID-19 pandemic has also presented an opportunity to optimize and alter fundamental aspects that have been challenging for years.
Well before the COVID-19 pandemic added even more challenges to the healthcare industry, a political debate was well underway regarding the delivery of patient care in the future – namely, the role of insurers, patient responsibilities
In the midst of any crisis, one of the best ways to cope is to seek out any silver linings in order to remain positive and optimistic for the future.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has left little unchanged in its wake. Nearly every aspect of our daily lives has been altered, the economy has been dealt with many blows, and Americans' well-being and livelihood are at risk.
Hank Drummond Joins Editorial Board of International Journal of Nursing Sciences and Clinical Practices
We are proud to announce that our very own Hank Drummond, PhD, RN, Senior Vice President/Chief Clinical Officer at Cross Country Healthcare, was recently asked to join the editorial board of the International Journal of Nursing Sciences and Clinical Pract
Healthcare executives in charge of staffing know all too well the challenges that have traditionally characterized the medical credentialing process.
Long before the COVID-19 pandemic emerged, certified nursing aides (CNAs) were in short supply across the United States.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began and cases accelerated across the United States, frontline workers have found themselves in positions that they frankly never though they would experience as healthcare workers.
Cross Country Healthcare recently presented a webinar entitled COVID & Compassion Fatigue, cohosted by Cross Country Healthcare’s Chief Clinical Officer, Hank Drummond, and Florida Atlantic University (FAU) Dean of Nursing, Safiya George, PhD, FAANP.