PARK CITY, Utah, April 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Supplemental Health Care, a national healthcare workforce solutions provider, today announced the launch of its new blog, The Patient Care Forum. Designed to explore the dynamics of healthcare delivery and its connection to positive patient outcomes, this blog will offer a platform for healthcare professionals to learn about and discuss the latest industry trends and news.
The Patient Care Forum will provide readers with weekly articles examining a range of themes that are driving change in today's healthcare industry and impacting the quality of patient care. Featured topics will include healthcare reform and legislative activity, health information technology and telemedicine, workforce strategies, healthcare compliance, employment trends, and much more.
"As a staffing partner to healthcare organizations, we believe it is vital to evaluate the complexities of the healthcare system to continuously improve our industry and care for patients," said Janet Elkin, President and CEO at Supplemental Health Care. "We hope to foster a deeper understanding of the nation's healthcare landscape, and encourage readers to share their experiences and constructive opinions about topics profiled on our blog."
In recent weeks, the Patient Care Forum has published blogs highlighting the most popular and current discussions in healthcare such as electronic medical records, employee overtime, technological advances in patient care, the evolution of nursing and the expansion of the healthcare workforce.
To read more from Supplemental Health Care's new blog, visit www.PatientCareForum.com.
For additional resources from Supplemental Health Care, visitors can browse the company's Healthcare Library, a special section of its website offering a collection of government and industry sites detailing the latest healthcare industry news and developments.
About Supplemental Health Care
Based in Park City, Utah, Supplemental Health Care delivers wide-ranging workforce solutions that address staffing challenges faced by healthcare organizations today. For more than 27 years, the company has provided organizations better access to skilled nurses, therapists, physicians and other healthcare specialties. With more than 60 local offices in major U.S. markets and four national travel divisions, Travel Nursing, Travel Allied, Locum Tenens and Health Information Management, Supplemental Health Care places healthcare professionals in temporary and travel positions throughout the country.
Visit Supplemental Health Care online at www.SupplementalHealthCare.com.
SOURCE Supplemental Health Care