1. Top 9 reasons healthcare workers quit Full story
2. California hospital notifies wrong family about patient death Full story
3. Nurses resign after California hospital cuts part-time work Full story
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5. Ascension sets contingency plans ahead of nurses strike Full story
6. Harvard's response to morgue scandal falls short, experts say Full story
7. 5 COVID updates you may have missed Full story
8. Northwell Health looks to untapped resource — alumni — for talent Full story
9. Tough cost-cutting choices are looming over tech leaders. Join industry experts to learn strategies to maintain profitability and decide what tech to keep here.
10. Kansas hospital CEO fired after stretch of administrative leave Full story
11. Catholic Health to cut services at New York hospital Full story
12. Ochsner Health taps VP, chief nursing officer Full story
13. 85% of nurses plan to leave hospital roles within a year. Here's how two systems are creating a work environment where nurses want to stay.
14. Trans individuals' ER visits more likely to result in admittance: Report Full story
15. What chief quality officers want clinicians to know about patient safety Full story
Editor's note: The June 16 newsletter edition included "What chief quality officers want clinicians to know about patient safety" in the subject line, but the story was not in the body. It is included in today's edition.
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1. Innovative hospitals are remodeling the patient room. These leaders discuss the upgrades that bolster staff + workflows — and how a care coordination 'hub' might retain nurses. More here.
2. Responding to drug shortages is time consuming and disruptive. Learn how University of Virginia Health predicts drug shortages before they occur and finds fast, reliable substitutions.
3. Organizations are ditching the "call center" in favor of the "contact center." Learn the difference + why it matters to patients here.