Hospitals’ Uncompensated Care Fell By $7.4 Billion in 2014

According to a government report released by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services on March 23, 2015, the expansion of healthcare to millions of Americans through the Affordable Care Act brought hospitals’ costs of caring for uninsured individuals down an estimated $7.4 billion dollars in 2014. Reuters reports that hospitals’ uncompensated care costs …

Nursing management and the economy

I just wanted to quickly point you to a good post at The Leaders’ Lounge about strategies to help your maximize your staff during this tough economy. But really this is good advice all the time.  The author Bonnie Clair, MSN, RN  lays out some simple steps like how to assess your talent, improve employee engagement, …

Are you ready for a change?

In this economy and considering the current state of the nursing and healthcare staffing industry, nurses and therapists don’t need “recruiters” who are not interested in the long term benefit they can bring to a travelers career. They need a partner who can understand their career goals and help them achieve them. At Medical Solutions …