Nov 9, 2022
AHA today voiced support for the Building America’s Health Care Workforce Act (H.R.7744), legislation that would extend for two years after the end of the COVID-19 public health emergency certain flexibilities relating to training and competency requirements for nurse aides in skilled nursing…
Sep 20, 2022
34% of nurses surveyed by the online health care workforce matching platform Incredible Health said they plan to leave their roles by the end of this year. Responding to these market conditions, many hospitals and health systems are stepping up recruitment efforts, offering more flexible hours and…
Sep 14, 2022
Foreign-trained nurses and doctors do not displace American workers. Instead they play critical roles in ensuring the health of the communities our hospitals serve. They are highly qualified and required to meet our nation’s standards for education, English fluency and state licensure.
Aug 30, 2022
Incredible Health, a startup, has flipped the script on traditional nurse hiring by having hospitals apply directly to nurses for permanent positions rather than the other way around. The startup charges hospitals to use the platform, but it is free to nurses.
Aug 23, 2022
The AHA letter to the Centers for Medicare…
Aug 10, 2022
As we start to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, understanding and reconnecting to purpose, rediscovering our why is key to moving forward.
Jul 28, 2022
AHA letter to Representatives Gregory Murphy, M.D. and Mariannette Miller-Meeks, M.D. voicing support for their bill, the ravel Nursing Agency Transparency Study Act.
Jul 22, 2022
AHA and its AONL have partnered with CGFNS International to help displaced Ukrainian nurses practice in the United States.
Jul 22, 2022
Warner Thomas, president and CEO of Ochsner Health, sat down recently with Robyn Begley to discuss the relocation of Ukrainian nurses fleeing the war in their country to Louisiana courtesy of Ochsner Health in New Orleans, who has partnered with Global Nurse Partners, which brings internationally…
Jul 11, 2022
In this session, Memorial Hermann Health System shares how it takes a human-centric approach to address challenges impacting the nursing workforce, from nurse engagement and retention to health care field concerns to ensure patient safety and excellence in quality care.