Emotional IQ Can Make You a Better Physician

Posted by Jim Fitzgibbon 1, August, 2018

Physicians spend many years studying to become medical providers. During the course of their studies, they learn how to interpret lab results and make the proper diagnosis. However, one of the most crucial skills for a physician can’t be found in a textbook and is often lost in the noise: the ability to interact with patients on a human, emotional level.

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A Checklist to Help Healthcare Organizations Streamline Credentialing

Posted by Dawn Pascale 31, July, 2018

As healthcare systems look to woo physicians and advanced practice professionals, achieving a seamless process in the credentialing department is paramount. Hospitals are finding an increase in provider related denials as well as frustration amongst providers and staff. The stakes are higher than ever before. In this industry, the speed of placement is essential, and any inefficiency in this division, you are probably losing candidates and revenue to your competition.

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The Hospital I Work for Just Merged: What Should I Do Now?

Posted by Dawn Pascale 24, July, 2018

The rate of mergers and acquisitions in the last year is downright dizzying. Some say they are up there with death and taxes as M&A activity amongst hospitals and healthcare systems has become one of life’s certainties. Ever since the passage of the ACA in 2010, the rate of M&A has risen by 70 percent, with this increase mostly attributed to payment cuts. In 2017, “an unprecedented 115 hospitals and health system transactions were announced.”

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Extra Incentives to Increase Your Hospital Staff’s Career Satisfaction

Posted by Matt Brewster 17, July, 2018

In today’s low unemployment market, hiring and retaining medical staff is a challenging task. For healthcare systems and hospitals, the standard strategies of retaining staff by providing competitive pay and benefits are no longer enough. In such a tight labor market, employers need to get creative to retain staff and provide them with the type of career satisfaction that leads them to stay active and engaged.

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Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners: Rising to Meet the Challenge

Posted by Mohit Mathur 10, July, 2018

As the stigma of mental health fades, and the connection between medical care and behavioral health becomes ever more apparent, American healthcare systems are turning to mental health providers to meet this challenge. As behavioral health issues have become more accepted, mental health concerns – such as addiction, PTSD, depression, and suicide – are on the rise.

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