Today we are paying tribute to the heart of the hospital, the nurses. We are so fortunate to have so many incredible nurses in our healthcare system. They play such an essential roll in the comfort and needs of patients, as well as keeping the doctors and physicians informed of what needs to be done. They are efficient, and run the show 24-7.
The truth is, we don’t have enough of them. And the ones that we do have are overworked and under-compensated. With the cost of nursing school high, it makes it even harder to incentivize people to go into the field.
We need nurses now more than ever. But why do we have such a shortage of them? Well, it has a lot to do with economics.
Episode 7: In Nurses We Trust- In today’s episode, I speak with Dr. Rosemarie Aznavorian, Chief Clinical Officer of a hospital staffing company. She’s had over 40 years of experience in the hospital system, and also happens to be my mother-in-law! We learn:
This was an incredibly insightful episode. For one, nurses are on the frontlines risking their lives every day to keep us safe. We should do our best to protect them physically, as well as financially. A huge thank you to all nurses working the frontlines!
Mesh Lakhani shares the story of three Black entrepreneurs during the 2020 Black Lives Matter movement: Kris Shelby, Chris Montana, and Yelitsa Jean-Charles.
What do you miss most about your favorite coffee shop? During this pandemic, coffee shops have had to adapt to make pick up and ordering ahead easy for customers. A company called Cloosiv is changing the game for everyone who isn't a Starbucks. How can a digital payments company help the coffee shop industry survive in a post COVID world?
The price of oil went negative recently. Why? What are all the things you need to know to understand everything that going on with oil right now. That includes the relationship between the three largest producers of oil- the US, Saudi Arabia and Russia. We learn from an energy investor from one of the largest family offices in the US.