Nurses are unique individuals; I know because I am one. As I reflect on the global condition and consider the millions of nurses involved in the care of others I am struck by the bravery, knowledge, skills, and ability of my colleagues that care directly for patients and residents daily.
Today's post comes to us from Workforce Institute board member Joseph Cabral, Chief Human Resources Officer and President of Workforce Solutions at Press Ganey. We recently did a podcast with Joe to talk about the importance of analytics to improving patient outcomes and making the delivery of health services more efficient and cost effective. Today’s healthcare … Continue reading The Privileges and Challenges of Life as a Healthcare CHRO
Healthcare providers need the help that information technology can provide when it comes to improving both employee and patient experience.
Today's post is from Joyce Maroney, Executive Director of the Workforce Institute. This week I had the pleasure of speaking with Peter Navin, the senior vice president of employee experience at Grand Rounds, a company that provides an employer-based solution that gives employees and their families the technology, information and support they need to make … Continue reading Podcast: Peter Navin of Grand Rounds on the Path to CHRO
October 5-11 is Emergency Nurses Week here in the US. At Kronos, our single largest customer population is in healthcare. From standalone long term care facilities to the biggest healthcare networks in the world, we are helping healthcare providers help their patients. In the latest installment in our 1 in One Hundred Million video … Continue reading Have You Thanked a Nurse Today?
The following guest blog post comes from our newest board member, Dr.Tim Porter-O’Grady. Given the historical vote in Congress last night, coupled with the rising call for evidence-based medicine, Tim's perspective from the trenches is very timely. You can also read Tim's recent article in Nurse Leader magazine on the case for clinical nurse leaders … Continue reading Healthcare Information Management: Means Not Ends