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Leveraging Data in Health and Human Services

As we kick off 2019, it’s only fitting to examine how data analytics is transforming the healthcare industry and what that impact will look like moving forward. A recent report keep reading >

The Important Difference Between Employee Satisfaction and Employee Engagement

For years, healthcare organizations have dedicated time and resources to improve employee satisfaction. And, for good reason – according to a recent report by The Conference Board, less than half keep reading >

The Value of Drug Carve-Outs

According to recent reporting in Reuters, U.S. spending on prescription medicine is expected to escalate to $610 billion by 2021. This startling statistic is a major concern for many of keep reading >

Three Tips for Safe Patient Handling

A Bureau of Labor Statistics report revealed that across all industries, 33 of 10,000 full time workers suffered from overexertion injuries.

The Benefits of Pre-Dispute Arbitration

This month, The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued proposed requirements for pre-dispute arbitration agreements commonly utilized by long-term care facilities. After CMS’ attempt to prohibit such contracts keep reading >

The Impact of Low Employee Morale on Workplace Safety in Healthcare Institutions

Low workplace morale not only has a negative impact on overall company culture, but can also have severe financial implications. Therefore, it is imperative that companies work diligently to ensure that their employees are happy.

Maximizing the Value of Employee Benefits

Recent research points to a knowledge gap when it comes to employees’ understanding of their benefits, creating a missed opportunity for businesses to convey value to their workers and putting employees at risk for unanticipated costs.

Preventing Opioid Abuse Among Health Care Professionals

Prescription opioid abuse is a serious public health concern that has affected Americans across every demographic. Drug overdose is now the leading cause of unintentional death, surpassing car accidents, and keep reading >

Implementing a Workplace “Stretch-and-Flex” Program in Your Company

Whether working on a construction site, in a manufacturing site or in a cubicle, employees are constantly overexerting their muscles. The daily wear and tear leaves workers in pain and keep reading >

Protect Your Patients: Tips to Prevent Nurse Fatigue

Nurses are known for working long shifts, and during the holidays this can increase. Since many full-time nurses take holiday benefit time around the end of the year, facilities rely on per diem staff and any remaining nurses to fill the void, which can mean overtime and double-shifts. This increase in hours can lead to sleep deprivation, poor nutrition and fatigue. Worse yet, it can result in a decrease in patient safety. But there a few ways that facilities can prevent or lessen nurse fatigue.

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