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10 Tips for Becoming a Successful Leader in the Healthcare Industry

Being a leader in the healthcare industry takes hard work, dedication, compassion, and time. Healthcare leaders utilize their knowledge to improve the health of people in their communities; leading healthcare teams requires professionals who are committed to putting others first. The following outlines several characteristics of effective healthcare leaders. 1.  Put Others Before Yourself: To be

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Overcoming Healthcare Communication Barriers through Teamwork

Effective communication is important at almost any job, but there is a special emphasis that should is placed on communication and teamwork in the healthcare organization. Lack of communication and team collaboration in this field can have damaging, and sometimes deadly effects. Lack of critical information, misinterpretation of information, overlooked changes, and unclear orders are

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Free Healthcare Training Alert: Medication Reconciliation as a Patient Safety Practice During Transitions of Care Webinar Course

Today’s #freehealthcaretrainingalert is the “Medication Reconciliation as a Patient Safety Practice During Transitions of Care” course presented by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Improving patient safety continues to be a #1 priority for healthcare organizations. Comprehensive safety measures include coordinating with other facilities and healthcare agencies to provide support during the transitional care.

Expanding Healthcare Business Partnerships and Shared Governance are Necessary to Improve the Delivery of Care

When it comes to managing a medical facility, and improving the healthcare market, shared governance requires input from internal and external customers to include suppliers to the extent where their input is necessary.

Utilizing E-learning to Deliver Workplace Healthcare Training

Healthcare organizations that choose to utilize interactive, e-learning technology will benefit from the reduce costs formerly associated with travel expenses formally associated with sending employees to off-site locations or events.