Hiring nurses can be difficult, but you’re organizations culture should be a part of the solution, not the problem. Here, we take a look at some data from our Nursing Culture Quiz to see what healthcare organizations are doing right, and where they can improve, when it comes to hiring nurses.
If you work for a healthcare organization, you’re no stranger to emergencies, including those in the human resources department. You have firsthand experience trying to fill open positions for nurses, physicians, and more, while your pool of qualified talent seems to be shrinking. Luckily, the HealthcareSource® ER can help you with recruitment marketing.
For the past few years,HealthcareSource has conducted the HR Initiatives Survey in conjunction with the American Society ofHealthcare Human Resources Administration (ASHHRA) to determine what the top HR initiatives are for the year. The survey deadline of June 30, 2014 is quickly approaching so participate today! All you have to do is answer 5 multiple-choice questions about your plans
This post is an excerpt from the HealthcareSource and ASHHRA 2013 HR Initiatives Survey white paper. In this white paper, we reveal what your peers in long-term care identified as their top HR initiatives to reduce costs, and improve resident satisfaction and safety. Download our 2013 HR Initiatives Survey white paper to learn the survey results, along with insights from
Over the summer, HealthcareSource launched the HR Initiatives Survey in conjunction with the American Society of Healthcare Human Resources Administration (ASHHRA) to determine what the top HR initiatives are to reduce costs and improve customer satisfaction and safety. Over 400 healthcare HR professionals responded to the web-based survey and were subsequently entered to win one of five ASHHRA memberships.
For the past three years, HealthcareSource has conducted the HR Initiatives Survey in conjunction with the American Society of Healthcare Human Resources Administration (ASHHRA) to determine what the top HR initiatives are to reduce costs and improve customer satisfaction and safety. Throughout the month of July, over 400 healthcare HR professionals responded to the web-based
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
The 2012 HCAHPS Readiness Survey was conducted to better understand how well prepared hospitals are for patient satisfaction surveys. One of the key takeaways of the survey was the importance of HR’s involvement with improving HCAHPS scores. Here’s an infographic on some of the survey results related to how hospitals can improve HCAHPS scores through
This week we launched our 1st annual Planetree and HealthcareSource HR Influence Survey. The purpose of this survey is to learn what kind of role HR plays in healthcare organizations when it comes to improving the patient or resident experience. Our HR Influence survey was inspired by the annual ASHHRA and HealthcareSource HR Initiatives Survey,
In order to establish a more patient-centric facility and improve HCAHPS scores, hospitals must adopt a culture of employee accountability in which employees feel responsible for organization-wide goals. The only way HCAHPS scores will really improve is through the combined efforts of employees who are committed to continuous performance improvement and patient satisfaction. Since employees are