We presented management with several proposals on staffing issues (charge nurse assignments, conversion language to create more FT/PT positions) as well as some modifications of our proposal on terminal benefits.
On October 12, 2023, HPAE hosted its first in-person Professional Issues Conference (PIC) in four years. More than 130 participants gathered in North Brunswick for Code Red: From Crisis to Action to hear from experts providing insight on how healthcare
The health care workers testified Friday morning that Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital is increasingly unsafe because of insufficient staffing as they sat across from Sen. Bernie Sanders during a U.S. Senate committee hearing.
Bernie Sanders sat on the left side of the stage – the far left, you could say – and fiddled with papers, adjusted his glasses and listened for nearly 90 minutes as nurses testified, labor leaders opined, and a health
Thousands of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital nurses gathered with community members for a rally in New Brunswick following a Senate field hearing led by U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Inspira Health recently announced that the integration of Salem Medical Center into the health system is complete, as of Sunday. The hospital has been rebranded as Inspira Medical Center Mannington.
Cross-market deals accounted for more than half of all hospital mergers and acquisitions during the last decade, according to a paper from experts on antitrust law.
We are facing a national crisis in healthcare: Tens of thousands of frontline nurses have fled the profession, and those left behind say they are burnt out and fed up with chronic understaffing at their hospitals.
While recent state-specific data is hard to find, hospitals here reported nearly 10,000 violent incidents in 2021, up nearly 15% from 2019, according to an industry report issued last year.
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka and other critics of Rutgers University’s recent decision to merge its two medical school campuses are alarmed at what the move could mean for the future of Newark’s University Hospital, a critical lifeline to the area’s