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Executive Health Management

Leaders in Healthcare 2020

2020 17 Nov

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ICU Management

Engaging the Night Shift Nurse With Activities & Educational Opportunities

2020 11 Aug

Providing different modalities and strategies helps engage the night shift and can enhance job satisfaction, workforce commitment, and recruitment and retention of nurses. C aring for critical care patients during the nightshift hours has many unique challenges. In order to provide high quality nursing care at the bedside, continuing... Read more

Health Management

Fighting the Pandemic in Brazil - Experience of Largest Hospital Network

2020 03 Aug

Founded in 1977 by cardiologist Jorge Moll, Rede D’Or São Luiz (RDSL) is today the largest private hospital operator in Brazil, with 37 hospitals, including high-level Star units, and 5,200 operational beds. In the face of the pandemic, RDSL has been supporting the public system and participated in the creation of over 1,100 new beds for public... Read more

Health Management

The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Future of Healthcare Leadership

2020 23 Jun

Three Critical Components for Safe Patient Care Creating and nurturing a culture of safety that is aligned with a holistic, continuous improvement process and sustained through effective communication and education is no longer a choice; it is now a requirement of all healthcare leaders, from the boardroom to the bedside.... Read more

Executive Health Management

ECR 2020: Leadership and Collaboration

2020 09 Mar

Summary: Leadership, collaboration and insights from nations leading the way in imaging practice are just a few of the features in what promises to be a rich and educational ECR 2020 congress. HealthManagement.org spoke to Prof Boris Brkljačić, President of the European Society of Radiology for the full overview. How is ECR... Read more

Executive Health Management

Going from a Culture of Blame and Denial to a Culture of Safety

2020 09 Mar

Summary: Many healthcare organisations face difficulties while managing transition from a culture of blame and denial to a culture of safety. To succeed, leaders should identify obstacles, create an environment of trust and set an example with their own actions. Healthcare holds traditions in high esteem. The white coat and nursing pin ceremonies... Read more

IMAGING Management

Burned Out Radiologists Feel 'Unheard'

2020 11 Feb

Work overload, a lack of autonomy and disputes with administrators are among the many factors contributing to "high burnout" in academic radiologists in the United States.     You might also like: Radiologist Burnout   Researchers conducted a study on this important health issue that impacts on the delivery of care.   An online... Read more

Executive Health Management

Reimagined Hospitals

2020 29 Jan

In 10 years, the healthcare system will be a different beast. The power of technology and data will change the way we face the current challenges driving us towards more integrated care based on population health and value, with increased patient engagement. This all means the old healthcare provision paradigm is crumbling. Not that hospitals will... Read more

Executive Health Management

Cultivating Innovation Cultures in Healthcare

2019 13 Nov

Summary: It should be the responsibility of leadership to promote a culture for innovation by questioning established cultures and liberating narrow mindsets. It is a harder to come to grips with organisational culture as opposed to, say, strategy or structure. This is because culture is a set of shared values, beliefs and... Read more

IMAGING Management

Radiologist Burnout

2019 23 Oct

Physician burnout is a major health issue affecting not only radiologists but also other medical practitioners. A Medscape survey (January 2019) of 15,000+ doctors reveals an overall physician burnout rate of 44%, with urologists self-reporting the most burnout at 54% and radiologists placing a notch higher than the average at 45%.   Burnout... Read more