Posted on July 13, 2016
In Part 1 of this two-part series, I explain why hospitals should add a Chief Nursing Finance Officer (CNFO) to the executive leadership team. This post discusses the implementation of the CNFO role. Some ideas for supporting the CNFO role are also presented.
It is essential to justify the resources allocated to the CNFO position. Comparing the CNFO’s...
Posted on June 22, 2016
This is the first of a two-part series of blog posts explaining and supporting the acute care executive role of Chief Nursing Finance Officer (CNFO). Danielle Miller, Chief Nursing Officer, Clinical Applications at Inform recently proposed this new nurse executive role. Most US hospitals already have a Vice President for Nursing or a Chief Nursing...
Posted on April 15, 2016
This weekend Springer Publishing Company is visiting the beautiful city of Seattle for the 42nd Annual NONPF Conference, which takes place from April 13th through April 17th.
This year the conference is being held at the Westin Seattle, located at 1900 Fifth Avenue. Spanning two rounded towers, this...
Posted on January 23, 2016
Springer Publishing is very excited that Felix Dodds, who is a Senior Fellow at the Global Research Institute, University of North Carolina, and who played a pivotal role in evolving the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, recently featured George Luedekke's latest book on his blog. The following has been re-posted with his permission.
Springer Publishing's latest textbook, Global Population Health and...
Posted on December 9, 2014
Whether you’re a fitness guru, determined dieter, or just trying to stay in shape, the holiday season can be a veritable maze of potential missteps and health hazards, but there are some tricks to staying on track this holiday season to help ease the stress of a potential diet disaster.
For many the holiday season means travel, and quite a bit of it, which in turn makes the idea of trying to work out or stay in shape seem near impossible. Throw in the easy convenience of travel food (whether...