Workforce

Hospitals and health systems and their teams have been on the front lines battling the COVID-19 pandemic for nearly two years. Hospitals and health care workers have stood strong for their communities, and they have a vital role in our society to keep communities healthy.
America’s hospitals and health systems are at the center of their communities, both as providers of critical services and as large – and often the largest – employers. They train tomorrow’s health care providers and cultivate future leaders by building and expanding their dynamic workforces to…
To help streamline and standardize the residency verification process and meet hospital credentialing needs, the AHA, in partnership with other national organizations, has developed templates to provide the necessary information to meet credentialing needs while reducing the need for program…
Ron Werft, president and CEO of Cottage Health, and Felicia Sadler, vice president of Quality at Relias, discuss insights and real-world approaches outlined in the 2024 AHA Health Care Workforce Scan, designed to help organizations reimagine, redesign and transform their workforce strategies.
In this conversation, Ron Werft, president and CEO of Cottage Health, and Felicia Sadler, vice president of quality at Relias, discuss the valuable insights and real-world approaches outlined in the 2024 AHA Health Care Workforce Scan.
Hospitals are strategically planning workforce needs and changing the culture of how contingent nurse staff are received and integrated into teams.
AHA along with 52 organizations express strong support for S. 3211, the Healthcare Workforce Resilience Act.
AHA along with 52 organizations express strong support for H.R. 6205, the Healthcare Workforce Resilience Act.
Leaders at Oliver Wyman’s health care consultancy have been busy studying what health care will look like in 2035 and reimagining what the field may look like roughly a decade from now.
Understanding the key role that the next generation can play in bridging the workforce shortage gap, Torrance Memorial Medical Center recently hosted more than 180 local high school students to explore different health care career paths.