“Nurses are the heart of healthcare.” -Donna Wilk Cardillo Every year during the month of May, we take a week to honor and show appreciation towards Nurses. Our clinicians, patients, and families sincerely appreciate the dedication and hard work our nurses show every day. In honor of Nurse Appreciation Week, we asked some of our
A Mother’s Day Special: Onsite’s Dr. Brittany Reid Reflects on Mother’s Day and Shares 5 Tips for the NICU Mom
“You never know how strong you are, until being strong is your only choice.” – Bob Marley Imagine you’re pregnant. You planned out everything perfectly, but then something happens… something unforeseen. Now you are delivering your baby earlier than expected or your baby is sick… a doctor is explaining how your baby will be in
Every March we honor Women’s History Month and celebrate the impact women have had in society. The field of healthcare has been specifically and uniquely impacted by women as their roles changed and evolved throughout history. We have come a long way—from women being unable to enroll in medical school, to now becoming CEOs and
With our country in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, it has never been more important to evaluate the health and safety of our nation’s hospitals. The Leapfrog Group, a healthcare watchdog organization, recently released their annual Spring Hospital Safety Grades.
The healthcare industry has seen several rapid shifts in recent years due to the increasing “consumerization” of healthcare as a whole. At the center of this change in landscape is the topic of patient experience, and the practices that produce a great experience—or a terrible one. In the neonatal and pediatric fields, patient experience is
Onsite partner hospital JFK Medical Center is now the only hospital in Middlesex County, NJ to receive the Baby-Friendly designation.
In partnership with St. Luke’s, Onsite worked to improve patient outcomes, drive team engagement, and improve overall staff culture.
The consumer landscape is experiencing some dramatic changes thanks in part to the vast amounts of information available at our fingertips. When it’s this easy to find answers to all your questions, a lack of transparency and access is becoming unacceptable. This is especially important for those in the healthcare industry to pay attention to:
Every day, women and families across the world deal with complications during what may have otherwise seemed like a normal pregnancy. With 1 in 10 babies being delivered prematurely, how is an expectant family supposed to prepare for a situation they don’t fully understand? Given the high risk of very-low birth weight babies, how are