For at least a decade, organizations have wanted to integrate performance and learning management processes. In a survey conducted by Bersin by Deloitte®, 69.3% of respondents said that integrating learning management and performance management systems was “very valuable” or “highly valuable.” Over time, technology has caught up with this vision and the benefits of integration
Accreditation by The Joint Commission communicates that a healthcare institution meets criteria related to the safety and quality of patient care. It has even been referred to as the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval—for healthcare. Talent management processes play a major role in ensuring that the accreditation is met. When The Joint Commission surveyors unexpectedly
This post is an excerpt from our white paper, Learn From Your Peers: 5 Best Practices for Implementing a Learning Management System. This white paper summarizes conversations with several organizational development professionals and learning management administrators from Baptist Health, Campbell County Memorial Hospital, Caron Treatment Centers, Crouse Hospital, and Kennedy Health System who recently implemented a new learning
This post is an excerpt from our white paper, 2014 HR & Nursing Excellence Survey Results & Insights: How Talent & Learning Management Impact Nursing Excellence. In this white paper, you’ll learn the results of the HealthcareSource HR & Nursing Excellence Survey and how hiring, performance management, and learning initiatives impact nursing excellence.
According to our recent survey on how HR and learning management best practices impact nursing excellence, 54% of healthcare organizations rely on a learning management system to offer more professional development opportunities to their nurses. However, the other 46% are either not using their system effectively or they’re still relying on a manual process to
This post is an excerpt from our white paper Journey to Magnet Excellence®: How Talent Management Influences Nursing Distinction. In this white paper, we discuss how hospitals with ANCC Magnet Recognition® focus on developing and maintaining a culture committed to advancing nursing practice and nursing excellence in alignment with a hospital’s strategic goals.
A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to speak with four of our 2013 Talent Outcomes User Conference client presenters from two different hospitals: Brenda Reinert, Director of HR, and Britnie Rewey, HR Generalist at Tomah Memorial Hospital (Tomah, Wisconsin), and Joanne Davignon, Director of HR, and Edith Okoth, HR Manager at Union Hospital (Terre Haute,
According to last years Healthcare HR Initiatives Survey, in order to relate HR to improving patient safety, healthcare organizations are primarily focused on employee development. A majority of respondents, 82%, reported that they’re striving to improve workforce education and development in an effort to ensure quality care, which is an 11% increase from 2011. In order to improve workforce development and
Healthcare organizations must ensure that their mandatory training requirements around accreditation, patient privacy and clinical licensures are up to date in order to be deemed compliant by regulatory bodies, such as The Joint Commission. In order to stay organized, efficient, and ready for an audit, healthcare organizations should consider implementing a learning management system (LMS). An
“There are only three measurements that tell you nearly everything you need to know about your organization’s overall performance: employee engagement, customer satisfaction, and cash flow…It goes without saying that no company, small or large, can win over the long run without energized employees who believe in the mission and understand how to achieve it”