• 5 Virginia hospitals with the top nurse-patient communication scores

    The following Virginia hospitals received the highest marks for nurse communication, according to the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems scores from CMS. 
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  • 7 Vermont hospitals with the top nurse-patient communication scores

    The following Vermont hospitals received the highest marks for nurse communication, according to the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems scores from CMS.
  • Nurses are burnt out, global shortage may worsen: 5 recent study findings

    Here are findings from five studies and reports on the nursing role and workforce Becker's has covered since Dec. 29: 
  • 9 Washington hospitals with the top nurse-patient communication scores

    The following Washington hospitals received the highest marks for nurse communication, according to the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems scores from CMS.
  • World could be short 13 million nurses by 2030, report finds

    Without sufficient recruitment and retention, the world could face a shortage of up to 13 million nurses by 2030, according to a new report.
  • 63% of nurses have experienced racism in the workplace, survey finds

    Racism is a substantial problem within nursing, with more than half of nurses reporting they have personally experienced a racist act in the workplace, according to a survey released Jan. 25 by the National Commission to Address Racism in Nursing. 
  • 4 West Virginia hospitals with the top nurse-patient communication scores

    The following West Virginia hospitals received the highest marks for nurse communication, according to the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems scores from CMS.
  • 6 Wisconsin hospitals with the top nurse-patient communication scores

    The following Wisconsin hospitals received the highest marks for nurse communication, according to the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems scores from CMS.
  • Demand for Pennsylvania's nursing loan forgiveness exceeds funds

    More than 4,800 nurses have applied for a one-time student loan forgiveness program for licensed nurses in Pennsylvania, prompting state policymakers to ask for an increase in the amount of funding allocated for the program, the Pittsburgh Post Gazette reported Jan. 24. 
  • 16 hospitals hiring CNOs

    Below are 16 hospitals and health systems that recently posted job listings seeking chief nursing officers. 
  • 2 Wyoming hospitals with the top nurse-patient communication scores

    The following Wyoming hospitals received the highest marks for nurse communication, according to the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems scores from CMS.
  • Safety-net hospitals face the worst of the US' nursing shortage

    While the unprecedented nursing shortage is a national problem, safety-net hospitals, which provide care to millions of Americans, face its worst effects, The New York Times reported Jan. 23. 
  • Penn Nursing leaders on how nursing schools can embed innovation into curriculum

    Three leaders from the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing in Philadelphia have published an article outlining the actionable steps the school took to promote and integrate innovation into their nursing curriculum. 
  • Why don't hospitals just pay full-time nurses more?

    Hospitals' reliance on travel workers is nothing new. The pandemic intensified it and highlighted the gap between full-time workers' pay and lucrative temporary contracts. 
  • 7 ways to immediately reduce nurse strain

    Hospitals and health systems are increasingly partnering with nursing schools or offering academic financial assistance to bolster the nursing pipeline. While an influx of nursing students will eventually help address workforce issues, there will be at least a two-year lag before these investments pay off, and with a growing nursing shortage, hospitals can't afford to wait.
  • Let’s talk about the nursing shortage

    A perfect storm of factors – aging workforce and patients, job burnout and the pandemic, to name a few - has contributed to the growing chasm of supply and demand in nursing, anticipating an estimated shortage of half a million US RN jobs by 2030, according to one study.1 To keep caregiving operations running, hospitals are scrambling to employ internal stop-gap measures, like cross-functioning other specialists to work extra hours and repurposing non-clinical staff to perform duties primarily covered by nurses. Band-aids, at best.
  • Nurses: The most trusted US professionals 20th year in a row

    Americans said nurses are the most honest and ethical professionals for the 20th consecutive year, according to an annual Gallup poll. 
  • 5 systems launching nursing programs

    Several colleges and universities have launched innovative nursing programs and partnerships to address persistent nursing shortages around the country.
  • 14 hospitals hiring CNOs

    Below are 14 hospitals and health systems that recently posted job listings seeking chief nursing officers. 
  • 1 in 5 nurses burned out: 5 findings from Medscape's nurse career satisfaction report

    Medscape's 2021 report on nurse career satisfaction, published Dec. 29, probed the COVID-19 pandemic's effect on career satisfaction, as well as nurse burnout and workplace violence against nurses. 

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