Hiring for clinical skills alone is not enough to ensure your patients get quality care. Structured behavioral interviewing can help you hire for culture fit as well. Learn more.
When you and your team begin to focus on the four key high-performance work practices, you’ll increase employee engagement, improving patient outcomes and safety. Find out how.
At AHA Health Forum, we evaluate programs and services that help our hospital members improve operations and achieve excellence. And talent management is essential to those operations. We have found in our assessment that hospitals’ needs very closely match the approach we see and value in HealthcareSource.
Mental and behavioral health conditions are strongly related to many risk behaviors for chronic diseases and substance abuse, as well as to the occurrence, treatment, and course of chronic diseases like asthma, cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and obesity. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 300 million people live with depression and stated that the “lack of support for people with mental disorders, coupled with a fear of stigma, that prevent many from accessing the treatment they need to live healthy, productive lives.” And to make matters worse, the supply of trained psychiatrists can’t keep up with demand.
We review the top trends shaping the healthcare HR & recruiting industry today, from demand forecasting to the candidate experience and optimized sourcing.
In healthcare human resources and nursing leaders commit to improving workforce engagement and creating positive professional practice environments through leadership synergy, the ability to navigate the complex challenges inherent in today’s healthcare environment is enhanced. Individual and organizational goals are achieved through collaborative coordination that ultimately improves the quality of care for patients, families and the communities we serve.
Healthcare organizations rely on the skills and dedication of their healthcare recruiters to source and acquire their talented pools of clinicians to deliver patient-centered care. While doctors, nurses, and medical assistants are, of course, crucial to the successful operation of any healthcare organization, professional staff, including receptionists, practice managers, administrators, coders, environmental services staff, and more comprise a Patient-Centered Workforce™ — a workforce of highly-engaged people and teams who always endeavor to provide high-quality patient-centered care.
Providing great patient care is crucial to the success of your healthcare organization. However, everyone is competing in the same limited talent pool in order to provide consistent quality care to their patients.
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
Sometimes, all it takes to transform the way we think is a simple change in perspective. For one man, that change came when he was forced to trade his position behind the administrator’s desk for one in a hospital bed. While on recovering in his own nursing home, he saw the facility from a different