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If you’re like many health care employers, you’re under increased pressure to hire more efficiently, with less resources to get the job done. Yet at the same time, you’re facing an uphill battle to find qualified talent to fill your open positions. How do you meet your talent acquisition needs, while also giving candidates what they want – and expect – out of a recruitment experience?
National Nurses Week (May 6-12, 2015) was created as a way to thank nurses for the vital part they play in delivering the best care to their patients. “The 2015 National Nurses Week theme ‘Ethical Practice. Quality Care.’ recognizes the importance of ethics in nursing and acknowledges the strong commitment, compassion and care nurses display in their practice and profession,” according to the American Nurses Association.
From the nurses who work with patients, to the administrators working behind-the-scenes coordinating medical services, each support staff member plays his or her own part to ensure the success of a health care practice, which ultimately means patients receive the highest quality of care.
Primary care is typically handled by family and general practitioners, but an increasing amount of the workload is being covered by nurse practitioners. As of 2014, the number of nurse practitioner jobs in the U.S. has nearly caught up with the number of general practitioners. What does this mean for you?
We asked 8 hospital leaders about a problem each of them found challenging about managing a multigenerational staff, and the strategy used to solve it. Here are the 8 challenges -- and solutions -- from the hospital frontlines.
Health care HR professionals are in a unique position entering the new year and have the opportunity to have the biggest impact on their organization’s bottom line, patient satisfaction and overall patient outcomes.
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