nurses

Three ways to help nurses advance your population health initiativesWidespread adoption of population-focused nursing practice will likely take place over the next five to 10 years. Here’s how to stay ahead of the curve.
Opinion: Four reasons Texas Health Aetna joint venture is workingAs the industry moves to a value-based care model, here’s how one North Texas partnership is reinventing healthcare.
Four ways PBMs must change to thrive in the future
Four ways PBMs must change to thrive in the futureThe days of the traditional, channel-focused and largely enshrouded PBM business model have come and gone. Here’s what’s next.
Make the Right Hire
Make the Right HireIn June, our table highlights salaries, job descriptions and more information about physician assistants, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, vocational nurses and medical assistants. Click here for a copy of the table that offers a side-by-side comparison of these professions.
ACOs support programs that increase value in pediatricsStudy: ACOs can be part of the structure to improve outcomes in children with medical complexity.
CMS updates data mining rule to enrich patient careCMS finalized new rules that aim to enrich the Qualified Entity Program by expanding access to analyses and data that will help providers, employers, and others make more informed decisions about care delivery and quality improvement.
Leveraging data integration to manage chronic conditionsIs digital health integration the missing link in understanding chronic diseases and what should physicians be asking to ensure the data they want to receive is captured effectively?
Five ways effective teams transform healthcareEffective teams transform patient and caregiver experience by building trust and meeting goals. Here are five ways how.
How nurses can avoid the top health technology hazardsOut of the 10 top hazards identified in the report, nurses work directly with the top 5.
Study substantiates nurse impact on clinical outcomesA new study published in the September issue of Health Services Research found that individual nurses can in fact have a positive impact on patients.