As health care continues to transform in 2024, executives will face challenges related to finances, technology, workforce and other areas. Across the field, thought leaders have been busy offering their best guesses, insights and predictions for how this year is likely to shake out.
As hospitals and health system executives refine strategies to improve recruitment and retention of nurses, particularly nurse leaders, nonsalary forms of compensation may need closer scrutiny. Most strategies tend to focus on role, scope, span of control, empowerment, recognition and professional…
Amidst critical nurse shortages, CommonSpirit Health and Dignity Health Global Education (DHGE), a workforce development platform created by Dignity Health, teamed up to launch a nurse residency program designed to meet this challenge head on.
Attracting and retaining nurses presents a major workforce challenge, particularly in rural health care settings. At the University of Vermont Health Network, leaders realized that the ongoing nursing shortage crisis required creative solutions, including investment in the well-being of the…
As part of efforts to recruit and retain a qualified, dedicated and diverse workforce, hospitals and health systems must create environments that consistently support meaningful work and nurture relationship-building with colleagues, patients and families.
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Health care organizations experiment and pilot changes that can help support their current workforce in providing needed care in their communities.
The challenges that existed before the COVID-19 pandemic in health care workforce recruitment and retention remain.
University Medical Center of Southern Nevada (UMC) is the largest public hospital in the state of Nevada, serving the Las Vegas and southern Nevada area as the region’s Metropolitan Anchor Hospital (MAH). UMC is the only hospital in southern Nevada with a Level 1 trauma center and transplant center.
AHA released its annual snapshot of employment at America’s hospitals and health systems, which offers innovative strategies to help organizations build a robust workforce in the face of ongoing shortages and reconnect their clinicians to purpose and help them thrive.