In the dynamic landscape of healthcare, Human Resource professionals grapple with various challenges, ranging from nurse turnover to leadership development. HealthLinx is working to reshape the healthcare HR landscape by offering an array of resources and services to help make these challenges easier.
The survey results demonstrate common experiences and takeaways shared by our leader partners. The survey’s goal is to obtain actionable insights into positive changes we can make working towards our mission.
Cardiovascular Services Project Management Leadership works on Leadership Structure & Integration – Case Study #2462
See how a Project Management Leader in the Cardiovascular Services department helped re-engage physician leadership and began optimizing supply chain and financial management.
Results from the January 2024 CNO survey compared to the previous surveys (2021-2023) to garner insights as to how challenges in nurse engagement may have changed over the recent years.
This webinar will provide insights into how the presenting leaders effectively utilized the AONL’s Leadership Principles, as well as how to establish these practices among your own leaders.
Brad’s strengths lie in his unyielding passion for clinical excellence, operational prowess, and an unwavering commitment to patient safety and satisfaction
HealthLinx experts Jeanne Schuppe, MSN, RN, CEN, AIM and Julie Marconi, MSN, RN, BSBM, CPC, CPMA, CCC facilitated a roundtable discussion around the topic of Nurse Well-being.
See how an Interim Leader in the Labor & Delivery department affected the department culture, staffing and engagement.
Meet HealthLinx Critical Care Department Interim Leader #88628 MSN Prepared With Multiple Certifications MSN prepared leader with 25 years of experience, as well as ACLS, BLS, CCRN and NIHSS certifications. This leader has provided leadership in Magnet®...
While the Magnet program’s success in recertification rates is apparent, it’s crucial to understand why some hospitals, despite meeting the criteria, choose not to pursue Magnet designation. Two primary factors have been identified:
See how a transitional perioperative services leader in the southwest region of the U.S. increased billable hours, decreased labor costs and helped a new hospital gain $6,647,813 in financial benefit.
Our presenters will review leadership qualities that support, promote and sustain a culture of excellence. You will be supplied with strategies for leading during and after a period of unplanned change. Lastly, this webinar will equip you with leadership tools you can use in a variety of situations.