How Nurse Educator Mentoring Can Make a Difference for Your Facility

Nurse educators play a vital role in the delivery of quality health care. As illnesses and treatments become more complex and patients get older and sicker, it is important to have well-trained and well-qualified nurses in order to manage their treatment and ensure the best possible outcomes. Without nurse educators training nurses and keeping them

How ACOs Could Increase Opportunities for Radiologists

Under the Affordable Care Act set to go into full effect in early 2014, one of the most controversial measures, at least for providers, is the new provision for accountable care organizations. In the most straightforward terms, ACOs are networks of health care providers who work together to provide coordinated care for a particular group

The Difference Between the Roles of Outpatient and Surgical Nurses

Nursing is one of those professions that people know they want to do from a very early age. In many cases people have parents that have worked in similar roles and admire their work and the satisfaction they get from their jobs. If you are thinking of going down the nursing career path, you will

Growth of IT Jobs in the Medical Industry

Today it seems like everything is being computerized. This is great news because it makes everyone’s jobs a lot easier while increasing accuracy. One industry that is really benefiting from the advancement of computer database technology is the medical industry. Traditionally, medical health records were stored on hard copy paper documents and transferred from one