Meta PRN serves as a bridge connecting care providers with families and businesses in need. We specialize in assisting businesses and families in contracting care providers on a temporary basis, filling positions that may be overlooked by traditional staffing agencies.
The pandemic has brought health care worker burnout to a crisis level, prompting calls from various stakeholders for systemic solutions to retain essential personnel and prepare the next generation of healthcare professionals. In a recent webinar hosted by U.S. News & World Report, prominent healthcare leaders discussed the grave threat that burnout poses to the… Read more
The International Council of Nurses unveiled an updated Code of Ethics for Nurses on International Ethics Day, October 20, in response to the profound challenges and ethical quandaries that the COVID-19 pandemic brought to the forefront. A prominent addition to this revision is the new section dedicated to Nurses and Global Health. Purpose of the… Read more
Tragedy struck on Thursday night when a Maryland judge was fatally shot outside his residence in Hagerstown. Court records reveal that the judge had presided over the divorce case involving the man suspected in his killing. The Washington County Sheriff’s office is actively searching for 49-year-old Pedro Argote in connection with the death of 52-year-old… Read more
Respiratory illnesses pose a significant threat to individuals aged 65 and older, especially those with underlying health conditions. In the autumn and winter months, common viruses like COVID-19, influenza (Flu), and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) tend to spread. Residents of nursing homes and assisted living communities, in particular, face a higher risk of complications from… Read more
Since the release of CMS’ proposed minimum staffing rule, AHCA/NCAL has been actively engaged in advocating against it. They aim to submit over 10,000 comments to CMS on this proposed rule. To date, AHCA/NCAL has organized member-wide webinars, meetings with members of Congress, facility tours, and more. Future Leaders, Diversity Executive Leadership Program Scholars, and… Read more
HRSA’s $100 Million Investment in Healthcare Workforce In a significant development, the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), a branch of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, has unveiled an impressive investment of more than $100 million. These funds are dedicated to enhancing nursing training and expanding the nursing workforce to meet the… Read more