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.
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When organizations stand behind nursing staff development ideas, it has a direct influence on patients and gives nurses a reason to stay put.
One way you can improve the odds that your new hires remain at your organization is to start a nursing preceptor program.
You cannot afford to skimp on nurse pay if your healthcare organization desires to hire highly skilled candidates — especially during a nursing shortage.
Learn how Pennsylvania facilities are using nursing shortage solutions that help them maintain high-quality care and safe staffing.
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