What’s keeping healthcare managers awake at night? Declining employee engagement, higher cyber security risk and growing information-overload are among the biggest issues facing the industry today.
Does your workplace have a culture crisis? Is a toxic culture holding your organization back – and compromising patient care?
Digital transformation continues to enhance the world of healthcare. Medical staff, administrators and patients all benefit from new technologies that improve patient care and streamline business efficiency.
Technology will transform healthcare in 2020. As hospitals and clinics develop new tools to meet medical, patient and competitive demands, the pace of this transformation will increase.
The ever-changing world of healthcare today presents a number of challenges to management.
Strategies established at the beginning of the year are fast overcome and impacted by legislative updates, new technologies and any number of changes in the marketplace.
Data privacy and security; streamlining internal processes. Those were two of the key focus areas for healthcare professionals who attended the September 2018 Beckers Hospital Review conference in Chicago.
Healthcare workers are at increased risk of workplace violence. A recent WHO report shows that between 8% and 38% of healthcare workers suffer physical violence at some point in their careers.
When people with musculoskeletal system injuries in the US Southeast need treatment, they go to OrthoTennessee. There, the best orthopedic physicians are available to provide patients the most up-to-date, extensive care.
Hospitals and other healthcare organizations are increasingly the targets of cyber security attacks. In the first quarter of 2018, the sector has been hit with 77 breaches, affecting the records of more than one million patients.