Recognizing and Preventing Burnout in Healthcare

September 1, 2021Articles, Resources, Webinars

By Wendy Shurette, Risk Consultant for Inspirien and the Healthcare Workers’ Compensation Fund For over 20 years, I regularly heard from co-workers, “I am so burnt out”, “I need a vacation”, or “TGIF, I’m exhausted”. Healthcare workers are no strangers to burnout. With the onslaught of covid and the extended length of the pandemic, we … Read More

Using Agile to Meet the Needs of the Customer

August 9, 2021Articles

You might hear the term “agile” around the water cooler when discussing software projects or between different software developers, but have you heard of businesses using this type of project management style in their own business and along their employees? Probably not. Here at Inspirien we embrace what it means to be agile not just … Read More

What I Learned from Four Maternity Leaves

July 29, 2021Articles

I am a full-time working mom of 4 kids… Yep, I said 4, and they are all 6 and younger. As a working mom of 4, I learn something new every day. It’s one of the perks. And knowing that I intended to keep working full time after each child, I prioritized an extended maternity … Read More

What Have We Been Doing to Protect Our Organization and Our Partners?

July 14, 2021Articles, Resources

When making informed business decisions, no two organizations leverage data the same, and fundamentally, we must protect it at all costs. With the number of breaches increasing worldwide, the importance of cybersecurity is at an all-time high. As an organization that gathers user data, we should be asking ourselves three critical questions about security, regardless … Read More

What is Culture?

July 8, 2021Articles

At Inspirien, culture is the sum of its people. So, the way we assess the overall wellbeing of Inspirien is through the employees who drive its success. In January 2021, the company launched Inspire Success which is Inspirien’s employee performance and rewards program dedicated to creating a coaching culture that aligns collaborative discussion in ways … Read More

What’s The Verdict on PREP Act Immunity?

June 24, 2021Articles

The present legal landscape related to COVID-19 litigation continues to change, almost daily. There are novel theories being thrown around by all involved. One defense that is being pled by defendants is based upon PREP Act immunity. Although the PREP Act is not new, it is being used for the first time with full force … Read More

The “Halo Effect” for Healthcare Workers

April 6, 2021Articles

Some of you may be old enough to remember how people felt about Firemen and Policemen after 9/11. They were national heroes, rightfully so. People were saying “thank you” whenever they saw these heroes in person. Families were writing them personal letters or baking them chocolate chip cookies, even if they had nothing to do … Read More

Why Your Facility Needs A Risk Prevention Strategy

March 11, 2021Articles

When you think about healthcare risk, what comes to mind; a mistake, an accident, patient harm or even death? We want to challenge the way you think about risk and shift the focus from harm to ‘prevention’. Even though we know challenging situations may occur, building an effective risk strategy for your organization is perhaps … Read More

Healthcare Cyberattacks Likely to Triple in 2021

December 4, 2020Articles

According to Black Book Research, data-rich patient files, lack of cybersecurity protocols, and outdated IT systems have influenced increased cyber threats against organizations in the healthcare and public health sectors. Black Book Market Research LLC surveyed 2,464 security professionals from 705 provider organizations for deficiencies, vulnerabilities, and gaps in cybersecurity plans for its November State … Read More