The results of our Core Recruiting Benchmarks Survey consistently show that healthcare recruiters are inadequately prepared to meet the challenges that lie ahead. Take a closer look at each of the four key performance dimensions and think about how your organization would compare.
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.
As healthcare recruiters and talent acquisition practitioners, we have little time to waste as we are sprinting through our day, wondering which task to tackle next. We often fall into the trap of feeling that the busier we are, the faster we have to move, believing we don’t have a minute to spare to plan our day. But quite the opposite is true: Taking ten minutes to plan and prioritize our day before we begin it, saves us hours of wasted time.
I have surveyed the hiring leaders of several healthcare organizations regarding the process and quality of their relationship with their recruiters. And according to our benchmarks, Communication is the lowest-scoring dimension of the five key dimensions measured. When you think about this, it should not come as a surprise.
Written by Carla Kennedy Gold, Managing Director, Lean Human Capital by HealthcareSource The art of elite recruitment today is dramatically different than yesteryear. Recently, I came across a LinkedIn infographic called The Modern Recruiter: Part Artist, Part Scientist that outlines, with a fun visual, what it takes to be a great recruiter in today’s world,
Written by David Szary, Former SVP & General Manager, Lean Human Capital by HealthcareSource Recruiters have the most important role in the organization. And that is by no means an overstatement. The vast majority of CEOs we work with cite people as their top strategic initiative — putting the best people in the right roles. And,
While there is no quick fix to our nationwide shortage of experienced nurses, Lean recruiting is certainly a step in the right direction.
Written by David Szary, Former SVP & General Manager, Lean Human Capital by HealthcareSource In recent years, the U.S. healthcare system has undergone significant transformation, partially due to the initiatives put in place by the 2010 Affordable Care Act. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, healthcare employment is projected to increase from 16.4 million in 2010 to 22