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A Strategic Staffing Plan: Your Strategy for Core and Contingent Labor Organization

Labor makes up 60% of a healthcare organization’s non-capital costs and is the largest driver of operating expenses. Much of these costs are related to contingent labor management. Does your system have a strategy in place to minimize these costs? A strategic staffing plan is your solution. Fill out the form below to download the Infographic.

How Float Pool Management Fits Into Your Strategic Staffing Plan

The healthcare staffing landscape is changing, and health systems need to be prepared to handle whatever comes next. Strategic staffing plans are put in place by hospitals, clinics, and other facilities to ensure all shifts are filled. This helps facilities maintain their quality of care and ensure patients are satisfied.    Internal resource pools, also known as float pools, can be…

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How Vendor Engagement Fits Into Your Strategic Staffing Plan

When your health system often employs contingent workers and other flexible staff, it’s important to engage with a healthcare staffing agency you can trust. But sometimes, these agencies are viewed as the middleman between health systems and qualified staff. To truly work well together, health systems need to form partnerships with vendors. By forming a partnership, health systems can align…

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Bringing Diversity and Inclusion into Your Talent Management Strategy

If health systems want to increase diversity and inclusion in their hospitals and clinics, they focus on hiring diverse staff for full-time, part-time, contract, and contingent positions. And this makes sense. Having a workforce made up of people of different races, genders, sexual orientations, and faiths brings different points of view to your workforce. This also ensures that patients of…

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How Health Systems Are Prioritizing Diversity and Inclusion

Health systems are dedicated to providing quality care for all patients, no matter their background. But even though minorities make up 32% of health system patients, they make up just 14% of board members, 11% of executive hospital leadership, and 19% of mid- and first-level managers.  To provide quality care equally, hospitals must be diverse and inclusive from the top…

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