Practically every role in a healthcare organization can stand to have a healthy relationship with the IT department. This includes MSPs. In the course of a routine day, MSPs often need to work with IT, or someone familiar with the facility’s IT infrastructure.
While having a sexual harassment policy is necessary if you want to stop this behavior, CEOs often believe (mistakenly) that a good policy and HR department will prevent and mitigate any allegations, says Kate Fenner, PhD, RN, managing director of Compass Clinical Consulting.
As COVID-19 and the rest of this year’s chaos continues to take its toll on your hospital, set up ways for your staff to let off steam, meditate for a few minutes, or just find some peace and quiet. And remember to help them grieve. Think about setting up a place online or in your facility to...
Use of the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact (IMLC) grew by 47% during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the IMLC Commission, more than 8,000 licenses were issued through the compact from March 2020 to March 2021. During the previous 12-month period, nearly 4,000 licenses were issued.
Credentialing Resource Center Journal - Volume 30, Issue 4
The recent updates to Stark Law and the Anti-Kickback Statute ease many compliance concerns but introduce some new complexities and compliance pitfalls. Organizations must have a thorough understanding of the changes and be able to identify which of their arrangements may be affected.