7 Signs of Burnout in Nurses (and How to Prevent It from Happening)

While every profession has its stressors, the nursing industry has some of the highest burnout rates. The massive influence on patients’ lives, the long hours, and many other factors put nurses at risk of severe burnout. And with the rise of COVID-19 since 2020, many healthcare professionals feel the strain more than ever.

Burnout in nurses affects everyone — individual nurses suffer, patients are impacted, and employers struggle with enormous turnover. It’s crucial to watch for signs of nurse burnout and take steps to provide a healthier workplace. Read more

Why Healthcare Providers Should Focus on a Patient-Centric Approach

Adopting a patient-centric approach not only is beneficial to patients but also to healthcare providers who want to maintain mutually-beneficial relationships with their patients. As patients are becoming more active participants and want to contribute to their own care processes, a patient-centric strategy can help turn patients into long-term ambassadors. Read more

Best Practices for Patient Engagement

The pandemic has changed business in many ways.  In no industry is that more prevalent than in the healthcare industry.  COVID has accelerated many areas of technology to care for patients remotely.  And at healthcare practices there are new protocols awaiting patients coming to see providers in person.

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