All of us in the healthcare industry are bracing for the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) on the American healthcare system. Although fear an uncertainty are running rampant, we do not yet have a clear picture of the potential implications...
Leadership is how a person influences others to accomplish an objective and how they direct the organization in a way that makes it more cohesive and coherent. Leaders do this by applying their leadership attributes, such as beliefs, values, ethics, character, knowledge, and skills. Although your position as a manager gives you the authority to accomplish certain tasks and objectives in the organization, this power does not make you a leader, it simply makes you the boss.
The Internet has no conscience, but it does have a memory and job seekers as well as those who are currently employed should consider that when posting to social media sites. Almost everyone has Googled their own name at one time or another and was surprised to see what was online.
The February jobs report reflected much better than expected job gains and an unemployment rate back at a 50-year low, before the coronavirus outbreak escalated and threatened to weigh on economic activity.
The nation's nurse practitioner workforce grew by 20,000 in the past year, with more than 290,000 full-time NPs accounting for more than one billion patient visits, according to an annual survey by American Association of Nurse Practitioners.
We deal with emotions in every interaction, every single day. From work to home to social events, life, and family, our emotions range the gamut. So, when expectations are high and, often, resources are low, managing emotions in the workplace can seem like the norm rather than the exception.
Alexa became HIPAA-compliant in April, a important step in Amazon's foray into the healthcare market, especially since rivals Google Home and Apple's voice assistant Siri are not yet HIPAA-compliant. Alexa boasts 70% of the U.S. home voice assistant market, according to market research firms.
If we’re not mindful about setting boundaries, our inboxes can become a real source of stress in our daily lives, and can get in the way of our productivity, focus, and even our connections with others.
The unconstrained expansion of prior authorization (PA) requirements has created a challenging and exhausting burden for patients and physicians. According to one report, PA leads to 37% of prescriptions initially rejected at the pharmacy being left there, abandoned by discouraged patients.