Nurses reveal that medical courier errors have significant impact on patient care

Why an industry-low error rate helps drive care delivery

This Friday, May 6, marks the beginning of National Nurses’ Week. Since 1990, this week has been set aside to honor and acknowledge the vital role that nurses “play in ensuring our health and prosperity.”

Given this, I think it is fitting to share some recent findings about how the care nurses provide can be significantly impacted by healthcare logistics or courier services. A couple of months ago, we partnered with American Nurse Journal, the official journal of the American Nurses Association, to survey nurses to better understand how logistics and courier services impact those incredibly important frontline healthcare workers. And while we thought we had a reasonable idea of what they encounter, the results were pretty staggering.

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5 Daunting Issues Keeping Healthcare CEOs Up at Night: Executives focus on re-imagining healthcare delivery

Those of us in the industry are well aware of the enormous challenges facing U.S. healthcare, but probably no one feels these impending changes more than healthcare CEOs. Recently, Huron Healthcare conducted interviews with hospital CEOs to determine the top five issues keeping them up at night. As reported in Healthcare Finance News last month, the burning issues are:

1. Change management: With the amount of market-driven and reform-driven change affecting healthcare providers, CEOs are troubled by how they can prioritize

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