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WorkforceNEXT Healthcare Insights: Talking with Rachel
WorkforceNEXT Healthcare Insights: Talking with Rachel
Posted By: Westleigh Cutts.
Rachel Maguire  Research Director Institute for the Future Rachel is a seasoned public speaker, effective facilitator, and skilled researcher with expertise in future of healthcare delivery, life sciences innovation, and …
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WorkforceNEXT Healthcare Insights: Talking with Jim
WorkforceNEXT Healthcare Insights: Talking with Jim
Posted By: Westleigh Cutts.
Jim Smalley, Ed.D, SPHR  HR Executive, Talent Management Expert Texas Children’s Hospital Jim is a Talent Management expert with experience in the healthcare, high-tech, higher education, non-profit, energy and financial …
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Brands: WorkforceNEXT Healthcare. | Resource Types: Articles.
10 Steps to Becoming More Analytical
10 Steps to Becoming More Analytical
Business leaders value analytics because they want to better understand how the business works, gain insights and assess the value of talent investments. They want to get help solving problems …
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How to Make a Complex Quality Challenge Simple
How to Make a Complex Quality Challenge Simple
Hospital CEO incentives are often driven by how well the system meets financial, and increasingly, clinical goals. At Mercy Health, the occupants of the C-suite are not the only ones …
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Medical Marketing in a Digital World: Content, Social Media, and Mobile
Medical Marketing in a Digital World: Content, Social Media, and Mobile
For healthcare professionals, the days of hanging your shingle and waiting for the ravages of flu season to bring in a steady supply of patients is over. Like every other …
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Hospitals get creative to attract doctors
Hospitals get creative to attract doctors
Facing a growing physician shortage, area hospitals have developed a variety of recruitment strategies to bring new doctors to the region. In the next decade, the United States will face …
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3 Ways Hospitals Can Support Nightshift Workers
3 Ways Hospitals Can Support Nightshift Workers
Hospitals are a 24/7 business, but errors and on-the-job injuries both spike after hours, says Ann E. Rogers, PhD, RN, Edith F. Honeycutt chair of nursing and professor and director …
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Job Switchers Want Challenge
Job Switchers Want Challenge
The latest chapter in the ongoing book on employees and what they really want from their employer finds them pursuing a slightly different Holy Grail than previously reported: challenge. In …
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Micro-Hospitals Fuel Growth Strategy at a Texas Health System
Micro-Hospitals Fuel Growth Strategy at a Texas Health System
Part of CHI St. Luke’s growth strategy involves combining inpatient and outpatient services into a smaller, more scalable and less capital-intensive facility model: the micro-hospital. Health systems used to depend …
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Medical providers oppose Trump-backed health plan, Democrats take aim
Medical providers oppose Trump-backed health plan, Democrats take aim
The top U.S. doctors’ organization and several hospital groups came out strongly on Wednesday against a Republican plan backed by President Donald Trump to overhaul America’s healthcare system, as Democrats …
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