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Dana Beal, International Speaker, Author and Coach

Leading Calmly in Challenging Times



By Danna Beal, M.Ed.
International Speaker
Author and Coach



These are extraordinary times and even as we think it will get better there are new setbacks and challenges. Most healthcare employees feel overworked and stressed, and although some are resolute and staying the course, others are leaving healthcare.
The shortage of nurses due to former Covid conditions, aging Americans, and extraordinary turnover, has caused stress and burnout for current healthcare providers. This has caused increased pressure, and delayed healthcare appointments for those needing basic care, and even worse for those in need of immediate care.
This is a good time to become a nurse: The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 7% increase in demand for RNs, and a 45% increase in demand for advanced practice RNs (APRNs). In addition, there are incentives for nurses to lure retired nurses to return to work. Physician shortages are also impacting patient care. Vital WorkLife reports since 2020 alone, 18% of healthcare workers have quit their jobs, with many surveys indicating 20-50% of physicians and nurses stating they’re ready to quit within the next year.
These shortages have led to a culture of difficult working conditions, limited staffing, delayed healthcare, potential burnout, and frustrated patients. What can leaders do to navigate and lead calmly during these challenging times? Read article
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Keep Your Eyes on These Four Health Data Advancements in 2023


By Erica Galvez
CEO, Manifest MedEx

California is at a moment of opportunity with ambitious goals to improve health equity and achieve “A Healthy California for All” — goals that will require robust health data infrastructure and will fundamentally change the way healthcare is delivered in our state. This kind of infrastructure transformation, while desperately needed and the right thing to do, is, simply put, not easy. Read article
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New Health Plan Financial Reports for California, Ohio and Washington State


By David Peel, Publisher and Editor
Healthcare News


We recently updated our financial reporting for health plans in California, Ohio and Washington State. Click on the links below to see the numbers.

Most Downloaded Articles


The following articles were downloaded most often from January 2022 through December 2022.
  1. An Overview of the Nurse Manager’s Guide to Budgeting and Finance 2nd Edition By Al Rundio, PhD, DNP, RN, APRN, NEA-BC, FNAP, FIAAN, FAAN
  2. Hospital Industry Trends, Opportunities, and Challenges in 2022 and Beyond By Brian Conner, Partner, Hospitals Practice.
  3. How We Create Rivals: What I Learned in an Accidental Meeting By Danna Beal, M.Ed., International Speaker, Author and Coach
  4. Finding Relief from a Toxic Workplace: Why We Must Shine a Light on this Difficult Problem By Danna Beal, M.Ed., International Speaker, Author and Coach
  5. Key Updates to Review to Prepare for the No Surprises Act By Mandy Mori and Denise Stark of Moss Adams
  6. New CMS Rule, Coding, and Compliance for Behavioral Health and Telehealth By Lori Laubach and Sabrina Butler of Moss Adams
  7. Refresh Your Viewpoint: Update Your Perspective of the Workplace By Danna Beal, M.Ed., International Speaker, Author and Coach
  8. Evidence-Based Solutions to Help Prevent Physician Burnout By Kim Pittenger, MD of Moss Adams
  9. 4 Trends to Watch in 2022 for California’s Health Data Progress By Claudia Williams, Manifest MedEx
  10. Understanding the Nuances of the No Surprises Act Good Faith Estimates By Lori Laubach and Mandy Mori of Moss Adams