Experts predict the Texas nursing shortage will experience a deficit of 15,900 nurses by 2030. The question is: Will we ever fix the problem?
We spoke with four experts to discuss the hottest recruiting trends expected this year to help you determine which ones you should implement.
Recruiting metrics help you measure how long it takes your organization to fill a position to how satisfied your applicants are with the hiring process.
New Mexico partnership creates NP residency programs to address the primary provider shortage effecting rural healthcare in the state.
Explore the need to grow the ranks of Hispanic nurses and promote more diversity in the healthcare industry in this interview.
The widespread home care nursing shortage places a burden on patients who need home care and the recruiters who work to fill their positions.
A new report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts healthcare jobs will grow at a 14% higher rate than all other occupations from 2018-2028.
Nurse burnout can negatively impact patient care, resulting in more medical errors, decreased patient satisfaction and high turnover rates.
The results of analyzing your nurse retention rates can reveal a telling story about your employees and help you find solutions to reduce nurse turnover.
Learn how psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners (PMHNP) help fill the void created by the shortage of psychiatrists in the U.S.