Over the past decade, staffing models in healthcare have most often been designed to balance the value-driven requirements of the Affordable Care Act with a nationwide shortage of medical personnel. At the start of the COVID-19 crisis, staffing models in healthcare underwent significant changes – changes that may be with us for a while.
Many different types of safety incident occur in healthcare environments – from assaults on staff to supply chain shortages to severe weather emergencies. Each type of safety incident can have different outcomes depending on how it is managed; and often it is the case that the less complex an incident is to manage, the better
Right now, having a reliable mass communication system is crucial. In this post, we will provide an all-encompassing rundown of Rave Notifier for Desktop and tell you how you can use it to your advantage.
Communication plays an incredibly wide-ranging role in workplace safety for nurses – from ensuring there are safe levels of nurse staffing to alerting nurses to incidents which require the activation of emergency preparedness plans.
New Washington legislation would require every hospitality employer to enact a sexual harassment policy, provide mandatory sexual harassment prevention training to all employees, provide a list of all employees and provide a panic button app to each isolated worker.
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, nurses and other healthcare professionals were reported to experience twice the rate of clinical depression than the general public. Then the pandemic came; and while nurses were willing to step up, the price they paid for their heroism has been a terrible strain on their mental health.
SOC2 was developed by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) and defines criteria that service providers should have in place to manage and protect customer data. SOC 2 helps Rave demonstrate our due diligence and commitment to protecting customer data and maintaining an available and secure SaaS solution.
In order to address communication issues, improve the quality of healthcare, and enhance productivity, technological solutions started emerging for every healthcare process.
According to RegisteredNursing.org, more than 20 percent of coronavirus cases in some states are among healthcare workers; and, whereas most media attention relating to the impact of COVID-19 on healthcare workers has been focused on direct care workers (i.e., doctors and nurses), relatively little attention has been given to the impact on healthcare service workers.
A hospital emergency manager is an individual responsible for the overall planning and response to emergencies that can affect the healthcare organization and communities that rely on it.