Monthly Archives: September 2019

How observing a clinical process improved the management perspectives of non-clinical staff

Blog by M. Heenan, Lead Author Healthcare Management Forum 2019, Vol. 32(5) 1-5 On September 17th, #hcldr we will be hosting Mike Heenan, lead author of “So that is how it works? How observing a clinical process improved the management perspectives of non-clinical staff”. A non-clinician, Mike is an experienced healthcare executive as well as […]

Hope Matters

  Blog Post by Joe Babaian This week is #SuicidePreventionWeek and it matters. Hope matters. You matter. The focus on loneliness, loss, depression, and mental illness isn’t what will help prevent suicide alone – the focus on people, connecting, sharing resources and hope is what makes the difference. Are you in? At #hcldr we spend all of […]

Implications of Physician & Nurse Shortage

Blog post by Colin Hung According to the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), the United States will see a shortage of up to 122,000 physicians by 2032 as demand outstrips supply. The situation is similar for nurses. The American Nurses Association (ANA), predicts that there will be 100,000 more positions available than registered nurses […]