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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Health care organizations are struggling with employee engagement. Some employees are overworked and exhausted while others are feeling undervalued and neglected. Levels of stress and burnout are exceeding those seen in the past.
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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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With a focus on patients, signs of domestic and sexual violence experienced by health care workers can often be overlooked. Learn about emerging best practices for employers, coworkers and human resources professionals to effectively recognize, proactively respond to, and work to prevent incidents of violence against colleagues that can have disastrous consequences for the workplace.
Learn about a more effective, objective and efficient way of selecting front line staff, nurses, managers, physicians and leaders.
This conference presentation will discuss how nurses and human resources can work together to create a strong workforce for the future.
How will clinical roles and responsibilities change as new delivery models and technology to coordinate care and provide care at the home intersect? How do I recruit the top talent required for a competitive advantage in an AI-enabled world? What competencies will be most attractive to health care employers as automation grows?
The Centralized Nursing Payroll Team at University of Utah Health currently manages payroll for over 3,200 clinical employees. The team has developed individualized reports and an executive scorecard. The employee report and executive score card is sent out after each pay period with intent to identify how the nursing unit is performing in regards to the above five metrics and associated financial implications with each reported metric.