Nursing group urges HHS to declare staffing shortage a national crisis

“The nation’s healthcare delivery systems are overwhelmed, and nurses are tired and frustrated as these persistent pandemic rages on with no end in sight,” Ernest Grant, PhD, RN, president of the ANA, said in a Sept. 1 news release. “ANA stands ready to work with HHS and other stakeholders on a whole of government approach to ensure we have a strong nursing workforce today and in the future.”

Connecting the continuum: Machine learning and AI are the keys

In today’s healthcare environment, health systems, ACOs and skilled nursing facilities have limited visibility of patients as they transition between care settings, such as from the hospital to a post-acute facility, or from post-acute to home. Siloed information systems prevent organizations from sharing the data and analytics that can enhance the quality of patient care and avoid unnecessary costs, including readmissions.

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