Kyle Worthy

Creative Director and Senior Consultant

Kyle joined MaxWorth Consulting Group in 2007 as a plan consultant and marketing specialist. Since that time, he has developed integrated communication strategies that employ a combination of delivery systems focused on the healthcare industry. His expertise includes creative project management, digital communication, brand development and client relationship management. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Clemson University and brings over 12 years of experience in marketing and client development to our team.

As an active member of the community, Kyle has served on the Charlotte Latin School alumni governing board and is a current member of the Clemson Alumni Association. He lives in Charlotte, NC with his wife Mica.

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Nurse compensation: Know what benefits matter most

By Kyle Worthy | June 22, 2022

Nurse compensation: Know what benefits matter most Nursing turnover rates are increasing. In 2019, they stood at 18%, and by 2021, they had risen to 22%. Today, that number has reached 37% in some areas. The full extent of the pandemic’s impact on nurse retention is yet to be seen, and the shortage is already…

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Nursing benefits and the power of appreciation

By Kyle Worthy | June 22, 2022

Nursing benefits and the power of appreciation The US Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that 275,000 additional nurses are needed in the workforce. This shortage will likely be exacerbated in the coming years given that one million registered nurses are expected to retire by 2030.   Indispensable but undervalued    Part of the problem lies…

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Nursing Retention: Tailored benefits may be part of the solution

By Kyle Worthy | June 22, 2022

Nursing Retention: Tailored benefits may be part of the solution The correlation between nurse-to-patient ratios and patient outcomes has been well documented. So, the growth in nursing turnover is not a good omen for the trajectory of quality of care in America. Our nurses are concerned, and many are making demands, hoping that higher wages…

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