Medical education programs must do more to support residents with disabilities

January 12th 2022

Residents with disabilities are more likely to show symptoms of depression and report medical errors if their needs aren’t met.

Nurses plan day of action, seek more COVID-19 protections

January 11th 2022

National Nurses United plans events across the country. The union is urging President Biden’s administration to do more to protect healthcare workers.

Why senior care organizations must shift thinking to keep top talent

January 11th 2022

Many are facing staffing shortages and greater competition for workers. Senior care organizations must adapt to retain their best employees.

New York, Massachusetts want more data on COVID-19 hospitalizations

January 10th 2022

Officials in both states are asking hospitals to provide information on how many patients are hospitalized due to COVID-19 and how many tested positive after being admitted for other reasons.

LeanTaaS aims to bring smarter scheduling to more hospitals

January 10th 2022

The California-based company said its software solutions can ease headaches for staff and patients and help generate more revenue. Company leaders are optimistic about their prospects for growth.