Thank your favorite nurse during Nurses Week 2016!
11 May

There is no arguing nurses are a crucial part of the healthcare system and this week is dedicated to them.  This year National Nurses Week is May 5-12, a week to celebrate, honor and thank the special nurses in our lives.

Hospitals and doctor offices often spend the week hosting breakfasts and lunches in their nurse’s honor and gifting their employees with chachkies and trinkets like mugs, key chains, pens and tote bags.

Consumers Place High Value on Uniforms
04 May

When I visit my doctor each year, I am always impressed with her appearance. Not only does she wear stylish clothes, her lab coat always looks impeccable. It is reassuring that my doctor always looks clean and professional, despite seeing many patients each day and a busy surgery schedule.

Environmental Services Role in Preventing Infection
27 Apr

When you think of how many departments there are in a single hospital it’s easy to see how having a successful Infectious control program can be a difficult one to maintain. Each department has to work as a single unit to make sure the success is something that is ongoing and part of their day to day obligations.

Two of the biggest factors in the success of such a program are Communication and Collaboration. It starts from the top and goes all the way down.

TBT: Quality Uniforms: Are yours up to par?
21 Apr

Uniforms are a reflection of your brand and services, so garment quality is essential when creating a professional appearance. This is especially crucial in the healthcare industry where patients now operate as consumers that have endless options as to where they receive care. Uniforms are a means to help your brand stand out from the rest of the competition.

When selecting a uniform provider there are a few influential factors to take into consideration:

Understanding the Young Healthcare Consumer
13 Apr

Finn Partners surveyed 1,000 adults to understand the healthcare habits of young Americans.  Being a proud Millennial myself, I know the popular stigma related to my generation of adults ages 18-33.  People often associate Millennial’s with being non-committal, job hoppers who use the web to shop for everything from clothes to groceries and receive their news via social media.  These assumptions are mirrored in the results collected from the Finn Partners survey.

Changes in Health Care
06 Apr

As a kid, the entire family went to the same doctor, whose practice was in a very small medical building. The receptionist was the same woman, and he had one nurse. When my father was having a heart attack, on a weekend, my mom was able to reach the doctor.  We didn’t have health insurance, and his office would work out a payment plan.

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