The continued shortage of nursing talent can impact the quality of hospital care and the efficiency of service delivery to patients.
Just in time staffing requires the involvement of multiple stakeholders. To avoid talent burnout, and replacement or agency costs, leading hospitals are aligning nurses with organizational goals through scheduling shifts around work-life balance, ensuring the right level of nursing qualifications on each shift, and providing access to essential talent development opportunities to maintain credentials. The outcome of these talent management initiatives is retention of critical nursing talent, and delivering the right care at the right time to patients. This webcast will cover highlights of new research on successful approaches to managing and engaging required levels of nursing talent. Don't miss these webcast take aways:
Dynamic work schedules that adapt to levels of patient need and work-life balance for nurses
Open shift "bidding" with special pay incentives
ROI from minimizing overtime and agency expense
Technologies that reduce patient errors and improve health care outcomes