Hospitals, nursing homes, senior living operators, and home care providers must employ more strategic recruiting tactics to fill critical roles faster while providing high-quality care for an influx of older patients.
You should strive to hire employees with clinical knowledge of mental illness, so your staff can detect and treat residents at the earliest sign of symptoms. Keeping these unique needs in mind will help you hire well-equipped employees.
Senior living professionals must exude empathy and compassion. Learn how interview management helps identify better candidates to meet your organization’s needs.
Hiring in the world of senior care isn’t easy, and it’s not getting any easier. A recent poll revealed that 3 out of 5 hiring managers and recruiters in the senior care industry believe hiring will be more challenging in 2018 than it was in 2017. And it’s not hard to see why.
What is the OIG Exclusions Database? Learn more about it, the associated risk for your healthcare organization, and what it means if you hire an excluded individual in our infographic.
The saying goes that it’s not about what you know, it’s about who you know. And when it comes to getting hired, well, we’ve found that there’s some truth to that. Employee referrals continue to be the top source of hires for employers nationwide, accounting for more than 30 percent of overall hires in 2016.
Compassionate nursing care is linked to higher clinical quality measures and better patient care overall, making it clear that hiring compassionate caregivers is crucial for a healthcare organization’s overall success. Here are some tips to help you hire compassionate caregivers for your healthcare organization. 1. Streamline the Interview Process Streamline the interview process to identify and attract
The need for post-acute care over the next decade is going to require a massive influx of qualified and caring healthcare workers. While more people are living longer and independent lives, there will be an increased demand for post-acute care staff. Inpatient facilities, long-term care hospitals, and in-home professionals will need more staff members than
Editorial Note: This is a guest blog post written by Boris Hartl, Content Manager for AHA SmartMarket, the new health collaboration platform from the American Hospital Association. For more information, Boris can be reached at email@example.com. Hiring better-performing employees who deliver better patient and resident care is an important goal of every healthcare organization. I’d like
In December 2008, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) enhanced its Nursing Home Compare program by creating the Five Star Quality Rating System. This way, they figured, they could give residents and their families a quantifiable way to compare and contrast different care centers and quickly understand how well each one performs. With