IntelyCare Research Group: Skilled Nursing After COVID-19

In this study, the IntelyCare Research Group examines the findings of a recent survey of post-acute nursing professionals, covering aspects of their work and working conditions that were impacted by COVID-19 and have not returned to normal. Over a quarter of post-acute caregivers said they had seen more medical mistakes due to low staffing during the pandemic and more than half of those nurses say things have not improved. Their responses show an array of changes that are deeper and longer lasting than many imagine, with consequences for nurses’ professional well-being as well as patient care.

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Data-Based Insight & Analysis of Today’s Nursing Workforce

The IntelyCare Research Group is an initiative that aims to provide data-driven insights to help improve the working lives of nursing professionals, the healthcare organizations that employ them, and the patients they care for. Led by IntelyCare’s Data Science team and a collective of healthcare industry thought leaders, ICRG regularly publishes its findings in an effort to drive systematic changes throughout healthcare.

Oliver Wyman & IntelyCare Research Group: The True Cost of Post-Acute Care Labor

Post-Acute Facilities Will Have $19.5BN in Unrealized Revenue in 2022. Contingent nursing staff can help your facility buck the trend and increase revenue and profit margins without burning out your full-time staff.

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Solving the Shortage: How Gig Working Technology Is Keeping More Nurses by the Bedside

In this IntelyCare Research Group report, we examine the desire for nurses to achieve the same predictability and control over their time that technology is affording other professions.

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Beyond Burnout: Nurses Suffer From PTSD as Spiraling Work Demands Force Them to Sacrifice Their Mental Well-Being

Exhausted by long shifts on understaffed floors, America’s nurses are suffering moral injury from working the frontlines of the pandemic.

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37%

of nurses do not feel supported in their mental health at work

41%

of nurses feel that they lack overall support from their system’s senior management

51%

of the nursing workforce wants to change their career plans

45%

of post-acute care nurses are now considering a gig-based role

ICRG Research in the News

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Jun 2, 2022

Staffing Shortages to Cost US Care Facilities $19.5 Billion This Year, Study Finds

Bloomberg

Jun 2, 2022

How Staffing Agencies Can Be More Than a ‘Necessary Evil’ for Operators

Skilled Nursing News

Jun 2, 2022

As revenue slips, study aims to calculate true cost of agency staffing

McKnight’s

Jun 2, 2022

Understaffing could cost post-acute care industry $19.5B in 2022

Chief Healthcare Executive

Jun 2, 2022

Report: Post-Acute Care Industry to Have $19.5BN in Unrealized Revenue in 2022 From Reduced Staffing

Mobile Health Times

May 12, 2022

Can technology save nursing from burnout and attrition?

Atlanta Journal Constitution

May 12, 2022

Should hospital nurses be working 12-hour shifts?

Chief Healthcare Executive

Mar 7, 2022

NursesNOW Roundup February 2022

HealthIT Answers

Mar 3, 2022

NEW SURVEY: COVID cases are plummeting, but pandemic stress still hits hard for nurses

Colorado Springs – KKTV

Mar 2, 2022

NEW SURVEY: COVID cases are plummeting, but pandemic stress still hits hard for nurses

KKTV

Feb 24, 2022

Just riding this wave’: Charlotte nurse says colleagues are leaving health care due to burnout

KHOU-11

Feb 24, 2022

Just riding this wave’: Charlotte nurse says colleagues are leaving health care due to burnout

WCNC

Feb 18, 2022

Survey: More than half of nurses sacrificing mental health for job

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Feb 15, 2022

MORE THAN HALF OF NURSES SAY THEY ARE SACRIFICING MENTAL HEALTH FOR THEIR JOB

Staffing Industry Analysts

Feb 15, 2022

Talent Tuesday: The Healthcare Workforce

HealthIT Answers

Feb 10, 2022

Nurses say their mental health is suffering. Why aren’t more seeking help?

Chief Healthcare Executive

Feb 10, 2022

A mental decline: The reality of being a nurse during the pandemic

KTVX

Feb 10, 2022

A mental decline: The reality of being a nurse during the pandemic

ABC-4

Meet Our Research Group Contributors

Rebecca Love

Chief Clinical Officer, IntelyCare​

Chris Caulfield

Chief Nursing Officer, IntelyCare

Ben Tengelesn

VP of Data Science, IntelyCare

Laurence Evans

CEO, Head of Research, Reputation Leaders

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