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The nursing profession is currently undergoing massive changes—and there are some telling nursing industry trends from this past year that point toward more changes and opportunities on the horizon. Learn more about the nursing industry as we take an overview of its state in 2022. Nursing is one of the most critical professions not only in the United States but around the world. The Covid-19 pandemic proved the worth of nurses on the frontlines; in the face of their own exposure to the disease, nurses continued to provide vigilant care. However, the pandemic illuminated some dire nursing...
Our relationship with this Health Care Supply Company began 20 years ago when the company was founded by a Vietnam veteran inspired by the values he acquired during his time in the service. His goal was to provide excellence in the health care supply chain with a veteran patient-first approach. We've been their financial partner since their inception and they appreciate our commitment to their success from the very beginning. We have always been nimble, responsive, and ready to tackle challenges alongside them. “They were interested and attentive to the challenges we were facing. They provided...
With more than an estimated 200,000 jobs to fill (and more to come), nursing home and ALC staff have every opportunity at their disposal to find a new position. Almost every operator you speak with will tell you recruitment and retention is one of their biggest challenges in today’s labor market, if not the biggest. That's why Skilled Nursing and Senior Housing operators must implement strategies to ensure the right staff is in place to deliver quality patient care. Covid-19 highlighted the importance of nurses more than ever before. As cases, hospitalizations, and deaths spiked in every city...
Now more than ever, skilled nursing facilities face overwhelming operational challenges. It’s past time to consider AI and the latest digital trends into skilled nursing facilities to ease nurses’ burdens and provide better, safer care. The Covid-19 pandemic shook the senior care industry to its core, amplifying long-standing issues into new catastrophes. Burnout and high turnover rates remain among the most disruptive roadblocks for long-term skilled nursing facilities. According to research published in the New York Times, turnover and burnout rates among nursing staff soured to a national...