The holiday season is here, and with that comes a time of celebration, travel, and showing appreciation to all of the important people in your life. It’s time to deck the halls of your practice and get ready for all of the merry-making of the season. There is a lot more to consider when preparing your practice for the holidays than just how much tinsel is too much or whether to serve turkey or ham at the holiday staff luncheon. Here are a few tips that can help you get ready for the season while keeping your staff and patient morale high. Continue reading “Preparing Your Practice for the Holidays”
Your life’s work is creating a healthier life for your patients, but have you taken the time to develop an environment for your nurses, assistants, and office staff that supports that mission? Happy, healthy people are more efficient and productive, so it only stands to reason that considering how your work environment affects the health of your employees should be a priority. Not sure where to get started to create a healthier practice environment? Here are a few simple tips. Continue reading “Creating a Healthier Practice Environment”
At Soliant, we’ve spent the last 25 years making lives better. Having evolved through our proverbial childhood and adolescence, we have finally achieved adulthood – and it’s time our online presence reflected the wisdom and now well-defined personality that that growth entails.
Like the noble phoenix rising from the ashes, a beautiful butterfly emerging from its chrysalis, or the nerd character in an ‘80s teen movie getting a makeover at the mall, Soliant too must transform anew as our next phase dawns. So we have redesigned our website in order to offer a cleaner, more seamless online experience for you and all our clients that reflects the genial, service-oriented culture that we are so proud to have spent the last quarter century building. Welcome to the new and improved soliant.com.
We continually strive to accommodate our clients with a personal touch so as to make their experiences with us as easy and comfortable as possible. Now, soliant.com offers the same level of service. The redesign features improved navigability, including straightforward, easy-to-access search and browsing functions, as well as full mobile-friendly functionality, so you can search for jobs and get industry updates anytime and on the go. It also boasts a warm, bright new look that reflects the friendly, welcoming environment we have worked hard to cultivate over the years.
We couldn’t be more excited about the revamped soliant.com – not just because it looks pretty (although it sure does, if we do say so ourselves). But mostly because we are confident that it will help us connect skilled clinicians with crucial job openings more efficiently and effectively. So please, take a few minutes to browse around, gawk at the shiny new graphics, and bask in the intuitive usability. Once you’re ready to get back to making a difference in your patients’ lives, we’ll be better equipped than ever to support you.
It seems that one natural disaster after another is taking place, from multiple hurricanes battering the US and Caribbean islands to major earthquakes devastating communities. The people left reeling in these disaster-stricken areas all have a serious need for help, including nursing care. Often there are is a larger than normal medical need in the areas surrounding a disaster and nurses already on the ground may be unable to work due to their own personal circumstances. Continue reading “Using Your Nursing Skills in a Crisis”
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Pharmacy memes. You’ve seen them when scrolling through your Instagram feed, or when you ended up in some weird nerd corner of the internet by accident while you were trying to search for the ID number of your local CVS so you could leave a scathing Yelp review the likes of which the world has never seen. You squinted, furrowed your brow, and puzzled madly over what the heck they meant, your temper rising as you chewed over the infuriating concept of references existing on the internet that you don’t understand. How dare everyone else not cater to your specific subset of knowledge? Continue reading “Pharmacy Memes Explained… By a Pharmacist”
A few weeks ago, there was a story all over the news and social media, featuring a video of a nurse being taken into custody after refusing to allow blood to be drawn from an unconscious patient. In the video, a police officer was demanding that he be allowed to draw blood from the patient who was under her care, though he had no warrant to override direct consent from the patient, which he was unable to give. The officer became irate at her refusal, though she explained that it was her job to protect the rights of her patient, and placed her in handcuffs.
In the end, the nurse came out as the hero, and there was an investigation of the officer who was wrongfully asking for the blood sample and wrongfully placed her into custody. It was a dramatic scenario and quite frightening to any medical professional who cares about their patients, even though the final outcome was positive.
At some hospitals, this has caused serious discussion about the place of nurses and other care providers in being the point of contact with the police. Changes are being made at some facilities to remove those directly responsible for patient care from the equation so they are no longer required to interact with the police. If your facility is not one of these, it is important to know how to protect yourself and your patients in similar scenarios. Continue reading “Protecting Yourself while Protecting Your Patients”