Study shows tailored physical therapy program reduces bad falls in the elderly.
Reimbursement policies for SLP-provided cognitive assessment and treatment depend on payer, facility, patient’s diagnosis and type of treatment.
Coworkers and patients can offer a source of camaraderie and humor, if we only focus on finding it.
How did an educated, elderly engineer wind up with a heroin habit?
Embracing innovation and becoming pivotal players on the leadership team are just two ways nurse executives are helping to guide hospitals into the future.
Patients are more than just their illnesses or debilities. Holistic nursing focuses on the patient as a whole person.
A new report says poor information management and faulty CDS implementation pose risks to patients.
No matter the job you’re interviewing for, you’re likely to be asked why you’re a good fit for the position.
Despite notable progress toward full practice authority for APRNs, much work remains.
How do NPs and PAs measure their worth, when they can only bill at 85%?