Nurses are the backbone of the healthcare system and play a vital role in supporting the health of our communities and vulnerable populations. Nurses work with patients and families to treat illnesses and injuries, prevent disease, and help them maintain optimal health. In such a patient-focused, critical line of work, these extraordinary caregivers are often overlooked. In honor of International Nurses Day, Healthcare Management Solutions (HMS), LLC recognizes the critical contributions of nurses today and every day.
Here are three of our many reasons for appreciating nurses worldwide:
- Nurses have an incredible work ethic.
Despite their demanding schedules, nurses work around the clock to provide the best care possible. Nurses take pride in their job and strive to deliver the highest quality care to their patients.
- Nurses protect and advocate for the most vulnerable populations.
Nurses often act as much-needed advocates for people when they are at their most vulnerable, offering their voice when a patient may not have one. Their background knowledge in patient care, quality assurance, and overall wellness is essential.
- Nurses put others before themselves.
These committed, resilient, and attentive workers often put their own needs aside while caring for patients. This was especially clear during the COVID-19 pandemic when nurses put patients first while staying strong and risking their own lives on the front lines.
How Registered Nurses (RNs) Help HMS Support State and Federal Agencies
At HMS, we understand the amount of work, education, and skill RNs put into their jobs, and we celebrate their dedication today and every day. Not only do they provide the highest level of quality of care, but they are skilled in a multitude of other areas such as medical record review, analysis, compliance audits, databases, and so much more.
“Having registered nurses on HMS’ clinical staff provides a high level of expertise to state and federal agencies,” says HMS President & Owner Leah Heimbach. “They contribute a deep understanding of the healthcare continuum, care pathways, and how care is delivered. We greatly value what our dedicated RNs bring to the table.”