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The Harsh Reality Facing Healthcare Workers and Vaccination Mandates

The Harsh Reality Facing Healthcare Workers and Vaccination Mandates

It feels like bad déjà vu, but the reality is that once again the majority of New York healthcare systems are battling the perfect storm of challenges amid a resurgence of COVID-19 cases statewide. The rising risk of the delta variant, combined with staffing shortages, and mounting mandate pressure to
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Is Telehealth Helping or Hurting Healthcare’s Bottom Line

Is Telehealth Helping or Hurting Healthcare’s Bottom Line

For years, widespread telehealth adoption was stunted because of strict rules about how doctors could bill. As we all know, the pandemic completely launched these services into the spotlight, as doctors and patients needed efficient ways to stay connect while being physically apart. At the height of the pandemic, officials
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The New Staffing Law You Need to Know

The New Staffing Law You Need to Know

Just days ago on June 18, Governor Cuomo signed two bills into law that will change the day-to-day practice for New York hospital and nursing home workers. This new legislation establishes minimum staffing levels for hospitals and nursing homes, asserting understaffing practices at some facilities contributed to COVID-19 infections and deaths.
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Celebrating National Safety Month

Celebrating National Safety Month

Each year, the National Safety Council (NSC) designates June as National Safety Month. This year, safety in and out of the workplace has been top-of-mind for most of the world because of COVID-19. But while your frontline heroes have been working 24/7 to prioritize your patients and the mounting needs
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Can We Fix Our Drug Supply Chain Problem?

Can We Fix Our Drug Supply Chain Problem?

The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the critical importance of a resilient U.S. healthcare manufacturing sector. While healthcare leaders have made remarkable scientific strides to combat the pandemic by developing and distributing lifesaving vaccinations, critical issues remain. In fact, some issues existed long before the pandemic, but we have recently been confronted
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Blockchain: The Next Healthcare Breakthrough

Blockchain: The Next Healthcare Breakthrough?

The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted many cracks in our healthcare system. If we take the “glass-half-full” approach, we can appreciate how the pandemic exposed our industry-wide weaknesses, so we can get to work making efficient and effective improvements for future public health crises. One healthcare game-changer that’s emerging as the dust
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Weight of the World Helping Healthcare Workers Cope with Covid-19

Weight of the World Helping Healthcare Workers Cope with Covid-19

The pandemic continues to present endless challenges for the healthcare industry. Many of the same essential workers who helped keep organizations afloat, or found themselves unemployed are now feeling depleted or overwhelmed. While mental health affects many different people, it’s no surprise that the past year and a half have
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5 Things to Know When Hiring Gen Z Healthcare Employees

5 Things to Know When Hiring Gen Z Healthcare Employees

It’s been a year of immeasurable challenges for healthcare professionals across the state, country, and world. In addition to dealing with the incredibly taxing toll of the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare management is learning how to juggle multi-generational workplaces – accommodating the needs of five generations simultaneously can understandably stretch leadership’s
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