Posted on Monday, January 25, 2021
A constant challenge for home health providers is nurse burnout as home-based care is vastly different than care provided in a facility.
“In a hospital, the environment is set up to support the clinician. It’s designed for efficiency of the workforce. In the home, the situation is different every day, and the clinician has to constantly conform to a new environment,” says Michael Johnson, practice president, home health for BAYADA Home Health Care, who has worked in both hospital and in-home settings.
Johnson identified three keys to help combat nurse burnout: improving communication, easing documentation access, and coordinating care.
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