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AHA Workforce and AHA’s American Society for Health Care Human Resources Administration (ASHHRA) convened HR leaders from across the country to discuss top workforce challenges, shifts in needs and how the field is adapting recruitment and retention practices to anticipate changes in health care delivery.
[ON-DEMAND CONFERENCE SESSION]: View this session to learn what strategies Avera implemented across their system to improve first-year retention resulting in an estimated cost savings of $7,000,000.
[ON-DEMAND CONFERENCE SEASSION]: Through an interactive and often hilarious process, participants will see how common—yet easily avoidable—practices and misconceptions around the recognition process often unintentionally sabotage engagement efforts, break down communication, and lead individuals and teams to unnecessary conflict and burnout.
[ON-DEMAND CONFERENCE SESSION] Nurses under the age of 35 are a lot like nurses in other age groups, with one key difference, millennial nurses are less likely to plan to stay at your organization in their first three years of tenure, even if they’re engaged. Learn how to build a millennial-specific retention strategy to keep younger nurses at your organization beyond their first few years.
[ON-DEMAND CONFERENCE SESSION] As the regions growth expanded, unemployment fell below three percent, and the demand for talent grew, this program was designed to provide a pipeline of talent for quality mid-level clinic leaders and develop a career path to retain front line employees in the Austin/Round Rock Region. Over the past three years, the High Potential Program has resulted in 53% of the participants being promoted and a 90% participant retention rate.
[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.
[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] 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] 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.
[HR PULSE ARTICLE]: Increasing demand for health care services and the clinicians that provide them is putting tremendous pressure on hospitals and other health care organizations. Add to that the increase in competition from the more than 11,800 urgent care and retail facilities drawing from the same talent pool and you have a set of circumstances that can be challenging for the health care talent acquisition teams.