New data from Press Ganey found that over 5,000 nurses were assaulted on the job during the second quarter of 2022, leading nurses to call for policies that enforce "zero tolerance for hostility toward healthcare workers," Carol Davis writes for HealthLeaders.
As workers continue to place more value on finding fulfilling jobs with good work-life balance, many job seekers are hesitant to apply for job postings that contain commonly used phrases they consider to be "red flags," Ray Smith writes for the Wall Street Journal.
After struggling to handle an overflow of patients during the pandemic, many hospitals are now remodeling to help them prepare for future crises, Debra Kamin writes for the New York Times. But Advisory Board's Lauren Woodrow argues flexibility is just one aspect of a resilient health care facility.
The world's poor response to the Covid-19 pandemic led to 17.7 million unnecessary deaths, a death toll that is "both a profound tragedy and a massive global failure at multiple levels," according to a report published by the Lancet Covid-19 Commission.
On Tuesday, Republicans introduced a new bill that would ban abortion after 15 weeks nationwide, a move that would "put the United States abortion policy in line with other developed nations such as France, Germany, Belgium, Denmark, Spain, and other European nations."
CDC on Friday issued a health alert warning providers about a rise in hospitalizations linked to enterovirus D68, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, Louisiana, Georgia, and Minnesota.
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