Mid-Level Professionals

ASHHRA defines the mid-level health care HR professional as one who has more than five years of HR and/or health care HR experience, and holds the position of manager to director within a health care facility. Depending on the size of the facility, an HR specialist can be considered mid-level as well. Because much of the day-to-day operational duties are managed by you, ASHHRA has developed a plethora of tools and resources to assist you.

A list of learning, knowledge-sharing and networking opportunities available to you are:

HR Metrics Tool Survey
The ASHHRA HR Metrics Tool tracks human resources metrics with the ability to gather, sort, calculate, analyze, and manage data on a routine basis.  The tool comprises more than twenty metrics that includes turnover, time to fill, HR costs, head count, internal hires, labor costs, etc.

Advocacy / Labor Relations
The Advocacy Committee monitors national and state legislative and labor developments. They conduct research and develop and promote advocacy programs that represent the interests of the membership, human resources professionals and the health care field, in collaboration with the American Hospital Association (AHA).

Learning & Education
One of the primary reasons for ASHHRA membership is to raise your knowledge of health care HR. The ASHHRA learning platform includes webinars, conferences, resource library, and other periodicals that cover hot topics in health care HR. Much of the learning also provides recertification credits.

ASHHRA Career Center

Leadership Opportunities
Become a Committee Chair or Task Force Leader and help advance the health care HR profession. You’ll have the opportunity to network, learn and grow with the exposure you’ll gain as an ASHHRA volunteer leader.

Based upon membership feedback, these specific benefits are most widely used by these practitioners but are not limited to them. We invite every ASHHRA member to take advantage of these benefits as well.

While most of what we offer is for ASHHRA members, there are other resources available to anyone interested in obtaining information on the health care HR field.

Last Updated: Wed May 30 2018