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[ON-DEMAND CONFERENCE SESSION] Learn about the HR initiatives launched by Parkview Health that culminated in a 10% reduction in first-year turnover and an increase from the 75th percentile to the 90th percentile for co-worker engagement in a three-year period. Parkview integrated HR strategies that support the mission and vision of their organization. 
[ON-DEMAND CONFERENCE SESSION] Success starts with senior leadership. CHRISTUS Health has taken an innovative approach and reduced leadership turnover by 50% with a focus on recruitment, assimilation and retention. Learn about their strategies, including the use of executive behavioral assessment data to evaluate culture fit, drive onboarding and support executive success.
[ON-DEMAND CONFERENCE SESSION] While compensation does not directly drive engagement, it does enable key drivers of engagement to be optimized thus indirectly triggering engagement. This shifts typical views of compensation from unimportant to important in building engagement. Saint Luke’s Health System advanced modeling finds that compensation powerfully interacts with engagement drivers. 
[ON-DEMAND CONFERENCE SESSION] Now that the era of the Affordable Care Act is over, what does the future of health care benefits look like for employers and health care providers? Will major investments in value-based care survive and thrive under various legislative strategies? This session focuses on sustainable strategies that health care HR professionals must know.
[ON-DEMAND CONFERENCE SESSION] Dr. Philip Adamo shares his experience implementing changes in employee health programs. He highlights how human resources plays a key role in driving changes that impact employee engagement and discuss how to work effectively with your Medical Director to prioritize and implement change.
[HR PULSE ARTICLE] Recruiting high-quality candidates for hard-to-fill positions is one of the primary business challenges health care organizations face today. The health care workforce shortage is widespread and growing, forcing changes in hospital operations and patient care, and requiring a significant shift in the way organizations source, recruit and retain talent.
[HR PULSE ARTICLE] Known for its innovative care models, Georgia’s WellStar Health System decided it was time to walk the talk about health when it came to its own employees. Seventy percent of its 20,000-plus team members are overweight or obese, which is unfortunately all-too-typical of health care workers nationwide.
[HR PULSE ARTICLE] The health care sector continues to be one of the fastest growing industries in the United States.1 That’s great news for health care leaders, but a growing field must adapt to remain competitive. Regulatory and legislative changes are creating uncertainty and tighter margins, while growing competition may require evaluating potential mergers and acquisitions.
[HR PULSE ARTICLE] Employers faced with requests for extended leave or additional leave following the expiration of Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) or other protected leave are in a quandary. The end of “protected leave” is not necessarily an opportune time to end an employment relationship — even if the employer believes the employee will not return to work — as the employer must ensure it does not fall into a claim of disability discrimination, failure to accommodate, or failure to engage in the interactive process.
[HR PULSE ARTICLE] When Forbes recognized Sentara Healthcare as one of America’s Best Employers this past spring 2018, Sentara’s senior leadership team was excited, honored — and pleasantly surprised. “We were unaware we were being considered,” explains Becky Sawyer, Senior Corporate Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer for Sentara Healthcare.
[HR PULSE ARTICLE] A few years back, Nicklaus Children’s Health System (formerly known as Miami Children’s) decided there was room for improvement in its internally managed employee wellness program, part of a comprehensive approach to wellbeing that also encompassed financial wellness and work-life balance.
[HR PULSE ARTICLE] Organizational culture in health care is a powerful driver of performance across measures of safety, quality and patient experience. Performance in each of these domains — individually and collectively — directly influences organizations’ ability to compete in today’s rapidly evolving health care marketplace.
[HR PULSE ARTICLE] Data can be empowering, overwhelming, eye-opening or misleading — or all of the above. But as human resources professionals take on more strategic responsibility within their organizations, the ability to examine and analyze a broad range of data to drive workforce decision-making and action plan development is becoming increasingly critical.
[HR PULSE ARTICLE] The long-term care (LTC) system in the United States faces significant challenges as it prepares for an increasingly aging society. The number of Americans above age 65 is projected to grow to 98 million, roughly a quarter of the total population by 2060. Many of those individuals will require long-term care services and supports (LTSS) to manage the many health conditions that develop as one gets older.
[ON-DEMAND CONFERENCE SESSION] Big data is revolutionizing the way health care is delivered, but what’s less well understood is how we can use it to manage our workforce. This session demonstrates data sources and methods that health care HR practitioners can use to make better decisions and gain insights about their employees.
[ON-DEMAND CONFERENCE SESSION] Learn about a more effective, objective and efficient way of selecting front line staff, nurses, managers, physicians and leaders. Incorporate “evidence-based” hiring approaches that support organization-wide efforts.
[ON-DEMAND WEBINAR] Employee attrition is an ever challenging topic for the health care field, and a costly one at that. Are you tracking turnover rate and taking action accordingly? In this webinar, learn turnover trends in health care based on the 2017 HR Metrics Tool benchmark results and leading practices on how to diagnose and improve employee retention.
[ON-DEMAND CONFERENCE SESSION] Learn how Mayo Clinic transformed physician recruitment by centralizing their physician recruitment model. Review the reasons for the change, advantages of the model, lessons learned, customer impact and future enhancements.
[ON-DEMAND CONFERENCE SESSION] An increasingly diverse array of health care organizations are going after the same pool of talent, and competition is getting fierce. To succeed, you need to shift from an “employer-centric” approach to recruiting to a “candidate-centric” one, where applying is easy and candidates hear back fast. Learn how to make the switch in this session.
[ON-DEMAND CONFERENCE SESSION] This On-Demand Conference Session concentrates on the unique needs of hospital HR professionals to establish systems and procedures that result in rapid and cost-effective onboarding of physicians and other types of LIPs.