Workforce Supply and Demand

Oct 18, 2022
Hospitals and health systems are experiencing the most difficult year financially since the COVID-19 pandemic began, according to the latest annual survey on health care performance trends by Kaufman Hall.
Sep 14, 2022
The Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration, Citizenship, and Border Safety today held a hearing on improving the immigration process to alleviate the domestic health care workforce shortage.
Jul 22, 2022
Warner Thomas, president and CEO of Ochsner Health, sat down recently with Robyn Begley to discuss the relocation of Ukrainian nurses fleeing the war in their country to Louisiana courtesy of Ochsner Health in New Orleans, who has partnered with Global Nurse Partners, which brings internationally…
Jul 20, 2022
To help AHA members navigate the ongoing demands associated with workforce recruitment and retention, the AHA has partnered with Prolucent Health to create the Health Care Jobs Report. These region-specific reports are derived from data aggregated by Prolucent’s platform LiquidCompass directly from…
Jul 11, 2022
In this session, Memorial Hermann Health System shares how it takes a human-centric approach to address challenges impacting the nursing workforce, from nurse engagement and retention to health care field concerns to ensure patient safety and excellence in quality care.
Apr 26, 2022
Through a know-how agreement between the parties, KLOC Health is creating an on-demand tool for Mayo Clinic to help match nurses for immediate, short- and long-term assignments based on such data as availability, location, certifications, skill sets and interests.
Apr 25, 2022
In this podcast that highlights a new report from the AHA detailing these factors, Philip Pandolph, president and CEO, Meadville (PA) Medical Center and Chair of the AHA Rural Health Services Committee, explains how rising costs for supplies and equipment, drugs, and labor, along with inflation and…
Apr 24, 2022
Hospitals appreciate the support and resources that Congress have provided throughout the COVID-19 pandemic; however, additional support is needed to keep hospitals strong so they can continue to provide care to patients and communities.