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The Impact of Staff Shortages at Mental Health Institutes

Mental health services may not be the first thing to come to mind when people think about the healthcare industry, but they absolutely play a crucial role in the mental and emotional well-being of public health. Without access to it, many individuals struggle to...

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How Employee Shortages at Care Centers Are Fueling Addiction

Healthcare facilities and the staff who work there play an awfully important role in keeping their communities safe and healthy. However, their support involves more than healing broken bones and providing medication for their patients. Mental health services and...

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New onboarding best practices for healthcare

These are the special touches that will develop devoted employees and help your organization thrive. In the current staffing environment, who has time to revamp onboarding? Historically, most organizations view it as a necessary burden to get new hires up to speed so...

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Preventing Errors in Provider Credentialing

Provider credentialing is a necessary evil. We say evil, but it’s clearly not all bad since it literally puts money in your pocket. But when you’re elbow-deep in forms and deadlines, it can feel like a nightmare. Because the process of credentialing is so long, any...

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Pro Tips: How to pass CARF accreditation

If you work in behavioral health, retirement living, or medical rehabilitation, chances are you’ve heard of CARF. CARF stands for The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities and is an international organization that provides accreditation services....

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What The 2022 OIG Work Plan Means for ASCs

What The 2022 OIG Work Plan Means for ASCs

The OIG has released its Work Plan for 2022 and they’re looking at anesthesia practices. Every year the OIG posts a Work Plan. Think of it like a set of intentions or New Year’s resolutions, but unlike most of us, they absolutely follow through. The work plan this...

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Nurse Burnout and What Can Be Done

A recent Kaiser Family Foundation and Washington Post Frontline Health Care Workers Survey found about half of respondents say they feel “ burned out” (55%) or “anxious” (49%) and about one in five (21%) say they feel “angry” when they go to work these days. Burnout...

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The OIG: The FBI of the HHS

If the OIG sounds kind of ominous to you, it’s for a good reason. OIG stands for Office of Inspector General and they’re basically the FBI of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) programs. The official mission of the HHS is to “Enhance the health and...

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