Topic: Employee Engagement
Peter Pronovost's mission is to help healthcare organizations to believe that it's actually possible to achieve zero patient deaths.
A new survey suggests that administrative and billing staff would be a good area of focus for providers seeking to improve patient satisfaction.
There’s a lack of women in the healthcare C-suite—and what’s holding them back is a set of “invisible barriers,” according to a new report.
As providers push forward on quality improvement initiatives, a key part of making those changes stick is emphasizing the human component.
Hundreds of mental health clinicians began a several-day strike, as well as lunchtime rallies, at Kaiser Permanente facilities on Monday.
Some providers are launching internal development and career pathway programs to train employees to fill workforce gaps.
Beating burnout among nurses will require healthcare leaders to consider the different perspectives of each generation, according to a new report.
Author Simon Sinek says the country’s political leaders and many healthcare executives have something in common: They are doing a lousy job.
As Adventist Health System embarked on a rebrand aimed to highlight its mission, it also launched a new training program to promote a culture change.
The Amazon-JPMorgan-Berkshire Hathaway partnership is only a part of a groundswell of large employers taking an "activist" role in their healthcare.