When I attend conferences, often the session that I find to be the most rewarding are ones given by people just like me, who understand the same challenges I face. That’s why at HealthcareSource Talent Symposium, when we bring together 300-plus of the best HR and OD professionals from healthcare organizations across the country, the
Over the past 12 months, we’ve offered advice to healthcare recruiters and HR teams, heard from clinical educators and OD professionals, shared customer success stories, commented on the latest industry trends, and hopefully made you smile a time or two. Before we move forward into a new year of blogging about all things healthcare talent management, let’s take a look back at the best of 2016. Visit the HealthcareSource Blog for a recap of this year’s top 10 most popular blog posts based on view count. Enjoy!
Yes, you read that right. You should NOT attend Talent Symposium 2016, the annual HealthcareSource user conference November 6-9 in Washington, DC.
2015 was memorable year for healthcare talent management professionals everywhere — we’ve seen health systems consolidate, patients evolve into consumers, medical records go digital, ICD-9 (finally) flip to ten, the cost of care become transparent, and the focus on population health move to the forefront.
Earlier this month, KLAS Research released the “Talent Management 2015” report, their first report on talent management (TM) software providers in years, and the only independent research report on talent management in healthcare. KLAS has a unique approach to research, using healthcare provider survey and commentary almost exclusively, rather than the traditional “expert opinion” approach that
To gain a better understanding of how healthcare industry changes have affected talent management practices, HealthcareSource and the American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration (ASHHRA) issued the 2015 Healthcare Workforce Executive Insights Survey.
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