The Impact Of Poor Communication In a Medical Office and Why It’s Critical To Avoid

Everyone agrees that communication issues cause a vast number of problems in any workplace. Within a medical office, these problems can compound and result in poor patient care, which must be avoided at all times. What is the impact of poor communication, and why is it critical to address it and prevent it? Here are… Read more »

Protecting Nurses (and Patients) When Lifting

Did you know that the most significant risk to your nursing staff is back injury? While there are plenty of hazards in an average nursing job, a back injury has become the most prevalent due to the physical nature of the job. Most commonly, this is caused by lifting patients through the course of their… Read more »

Effective Management Tips for Your Nursing Staff

Improving skills is always a lifelong pursuit. If you want to become a better nurse manager, some tips can help you be more effective. These are things you can put into practice immediately before your next shift. Here are some of the ways you can become a better nurse manager for your staff tomotivate them,… Read more »

Reasons You Should Be Encouraging Your Employees to Take Vacation

There’s a big problem in today’s working culture, especially in healthcare environments. No employees feel like they can take days off. They are either worried they’ll be viewed as replaceable and let go by their employers or they have concerns about leaving the control of their work in someone else’s hands. But neither of these… Read more »

How to Build A Sense of Community Amongst Your Nurses

In any workplace, it’s important that a team have a good rapport and working relationship. But it’s imperative that nurses have a good sense of community since patient care is often reliant on the ability of your staff to work well together as a team. You can help build and foster a sense of community… Read more »

Why Strict Management Is Important in Healthcare

Are you considered a nice healthcare manager or a strict one? Do you know that these two things don’t have to be mutually exclusive? Strict doesn’t have to be defined as mean, but as a manager, you need to demonstrate authority so your team understands the importance of the work you’re doing. Why do you… Read more »

How to Deal With Nurses Not Getting Along With Each Other

It’s a simple fact of human nature. Some people get along, some people don’t. There are even degrees of our ability to get along. You may not like someone, but you may be able to deal with them in the workplace because your work depends on it. But sometimes, there are two people who can’t… Read more »

4 Tips for Nurse Managers to Fix a Business Problem

A nurse manager wears a lot of hats. Not only are you the direct line from your nursing staff to the organization but also the first defense to upper management regarding concerns, questions, or activities on the floor that impact business. It’s often a fine balancing act between the two. Doing what’s right for your… Read more »

Create Better Relationships with Nurses in Dallas Through These 5 Tips

Hiring the best nurses and keeping them happy in your employment are two sides of the same coin. Do you know what can bring top talent into your healthcare facility and how to keep them there? Building strong relationships with nursing professionals in the Dallas area is a good, fresh start to the new year.… Read more »

Items to Give Your New Nurse That They Aren’t Thinking Of

As we’re deep into the season of giving, it’s sometimes hard to know what to get the person who has everything. But what about gifts for your new nursing staff to show them your appreciation. There are the typical gifts like coffee mugs or gift certificates, but maybe something unexpected is just what the doctor… Read more »