A changing health care environment requires physician leaders to lead change through uncertain settings. Leading an environment that demands strong leadership identity with a strategic mindset and interpersonal skills can be a daunting task.
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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 medical directors to prioritize and implement change.
Knowing the “business” side of health care requires that HR Leaders shape strategies through seasoned judgment and visionary insight.
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The CHHR Examination Preparation Guide can help you prepare to for the Certified in Healthcare Human Resources (CHHR) exam.
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Learn about a more effective, objective and efficient way of selecting front line staff, nurses, managers, physicians and leaders.
The mission of any health care organization centers around providing quality patient care. Quality patient care requires well equipped caregivers
Many health systems are pursuing an HR business partner model—but changing the structure of HR isn’t enough to deliver meaningful value to the organization.
The need is growing for a more highly educated nursing workforce. HR leaders are challenged to assure a staff prepared to improve care delivery across all settings, contribute to cost containment, and to fill future leadership roles.
Engagement drivers rarely include compensation, however, this on-demand session discusses an advanced modeling that demonstrates how compensation can be a dynamic engagement driver.
With the change in the federal administration, the differences between California and federal law have grown. From employee safety to wage and hour issues; from labor law to immigration.