• Julie S. Grenuk, RN, MS, RCC / Nurse Executive

    5 [Totally Avoidable] Reasons Nursing Teamwork Suffers

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    Teamwork is an essential part of the nursing profession and is vital to effective patient care. Nurses must establish a connection with not only their fellow nurses, but also other members of the care team, such as physicians, physical therapists,...

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  • Julie S. Grenuk, RN, MS, RCC / Nurse Executive

    Top Nursing Trends for 2021

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    Nurses are central to care coordination, patient safety, and streamlining collaboration. Nursing has become one of the largest segments of the US workforce, employing 3.8 million nationwide within hospitals, healthcare agencies, schools, clinics, nursing homes, and home health, as well...

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  • Julie S. Grenuk, RN, MS, RCC / Nurse Executive

    Care Collaboration Elevates Health Systems

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    This year, Bank of America is hosting their exclusive, invite-only virtual conference, their 4th Annual HCIT, and Digital Health Symposium. TigerConnect will be highlighted to discuss our latest advancements in healthcare technology, collaboration, and communication in a session led by...

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  • Julie S. Grenuk, RN, MS, RCC / Nurse Executive

    RWJBarnabas Health Addresses Peer Recovery and Substance Use Disorders

    In the Peer Recovery program at RWJBarnabas Health, timing is everything. Fast intervention and patient data accessibility are vital for quickly setting substance use disorder patients on the road to recovery. With over three million patients treated each year, however,...

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  • Julie S. Grenuk, RN, MS, RCC / Nurse Executive

    Why Telehealth Isn’t Enough and the Virtual Care Strategy You Need to Solve It

    Why Telehealth Isn’t Enough and the Virtual Care Strategy You Need to Solve It

    For better or worse, the coronavirus pandemic brought with it a once-in-a-generation opportunity to not only test, but to also successfully deliver new care-delivery models. As a result, telehealth and other forms of virtual care are here to stay. Key...

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  • Julie S. Grenuk, RN, MS, RCC / Nurse Executive

    3 Surprising Tips for Enhancing Autonomy in Nursing

    “YOU’VE GOT TO COOL ME DOWN! YOU’VE GOT TO COOL ME DOWN!” The patient had come out of surgery an hour earlier. As he arrived at his inpatient room, he felt his body temperature suddenly rising rapidly and knew his...

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  • Julie S. Grenuk, RN, MS, RCC / Nurse Executive

    Importance of Teamwork and Collaboration in Nursing for Improving Patient Care

    Importance of Teamwork and Collaboration in Nursing for Improving Patient Care

    Healthcare is supposed to be a team effort in which physicians, nurses, nursing assistants, social workers, and other care team members work collaboratively to address patient needs. But that’s not always the case in hospitals, especially given the current talent...

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  • Julie S. Grenuk, RN, MS, RCC / Nurse Executive

    Pros and Cons of Telehealth Nursing: What You Need to Know

    We all want our healthcare system to deliver high-quality care with maximum efficiency and minimum cost. When telehealth is deployed strategically, we see dramatic improvements to efficiency and cost control while patient outcomes and satisfaction hold steady or go up....

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  • Julie S. Grenuk, RN, MS, RCC / Nurse Executive

    Why Escalations are Important for Clinical Communication

    The typical day for a hospital worker is often (accurately) referred to as “organized chaos”. Understandably, daily tasks are dictated by the abrupt needs of patients, making most days highly unpredictable. With an increasing number of disruptions that can limit...

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  • Julie S. Grenuk, RN, MS, RCC / Nurse Executive

    The Power of Mobile Communication in Healthcare

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      In healthcare, every second counts. But are today’s hospitals able to get the information they need quickly and efficiently in order to deliver the best care in an urgent situation? Earlier this year, Dr. Will O’Connor, MD, CMIO at...

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