Tag Archives: “Healthcare Personnel”

Mandatory Nurse-to-Patient Staffing Ratios: Is Your State Next?

Healthcare facilities in California have been required to adhere to mandatory nurse-to-patient ratios since 2004. These ratios vary depending upon the degree of patient care involved. More recently, Massachusetts passed a law requiring mandatory staffing minimums in the state’s ICU’s. Other states are considering jumping on the bandwagon. A California-like bill is currently pending in … Continue Reading

New York City Ban on Pre-Employment Drug Testing Won’t Apply to (most) Healthcare Workers

On May 10, 2019, a bill amending New York City’s administrative code related to prospective employee drug-testing officially became law for New York City employers. While the law does not go into effect until May 10, 2020, it is the first of its kind in the nation. The law prohibits employers from requiring applicants to … Continue Reading

Five Things Human Resources Professionals Are Doing to Make a Difference in Healthcare

The American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration’s 54th Annual Conference & Exposition held on September 15-18, 2018 in Pittsburgh focused on empowering attendees to meet the new realities faced by health care human resources professionals. Here are the Jackson Lewis Healthcare Industry Team’s “Top 5” takeaways from the conference. Investing in Developing Physician Leaders … Continue Reading
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