How to Retain Top Talent During a Streak of Burnout

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How to Retain Top Talent During a Streak of Burnout

The COVID-19 pandemic has placed unprecedented strain on our healthcare workers. Even before the pandemic, burnout in our nation’s doctors and nurses had reached high levels. One study showed 46% of doctors experience at least one symptom of burnout.


Evaluating Your Healthcare Career and How to Advance

After 2020, many healthcare workers will probably want to process and evaluate their career path. Recognizing if your interests still align with your career path is an important step toward knowing where you’re heading in the future. Do you want to advance? Is it time to switch organizations? Are you ready to move up the ladder? Will your current organization allow you to AND promote both your personal and professional growth? Here’s how to evaluate what’s next in your healthcare career.


Everlasting Impact COVID-19 Has on Quality Healthcare in Rural Communities

We know that 30% of the rural general acute care health centers in this country serve around  60 million people. That is an incredible number when you consider the median number of beds in these facilities is just 25!  A Health Affairs study showed that profits declined for all rural health center types except for non-profit critical access hospitals (CAHs) over the past few years. Conversely, cash on hand improved for their larger urban counterparts. All of this occurred before COVID; what effect has the pandemic had on quality care in our rural communities this year?


Common Populations Serviced by FQHCs and How You Can Help

If you’re interested in a career in giving back to your community, consider working at an FQHC. What are these organizations and why are they so important to the communities they serve? What kinds of patients use these facilities and what is it like to work in an FQHC?


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