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Image credit   In the US healthcare space, there are several ways a patient can be taken care of. And in celebration of National Home Care and Hospice Month, let’s look into the three home-based care that nurses can consider for their careers: Home Health, Palliative and Hospice.   Home Health is straightforward care delivered at the patient's home. However, before a patient can even be cared for at home, there...
Image credit   The healthcare industry has been lacking employees for the past years and is in dire need of workers to be able to cope up with the jobs needed to be worked with. There are a variety of jobs available within the industry and are very in demand for employees. Certain facts and factors are needed for you to determine if the job available is good for you. Below are few examples for these: Clientele served by...
Photo credit   The last few years with Pandemic have taught hospitals so many things. It stretched everyone and everything in all aspects as they tried to balance and provide the right services to the people. According to Dr. Yves Duroseau, chair of emergency medicine and co-chair of disaster planning services at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York. “We saw widespread burnout of staff trying to go above and beyond, every...