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Michele Ertl-Rosner

Michele has been a part of the API Healthcare team for more than 24 years, with most of her time focused on following healthcare workforce industry trends. As the mother of a daughter with many complex medical needs, she is both personally and professionally invested in finding ways to optimize the healthcare workforce to improve both the quality and affordability of care. She’s passionate about exploring new strategies for developing, engaging and staffing highly skilled, compassionate caregivers so that each and every patient receives the best care possible.

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workforce management | staffing and scheduling | COVID-19

6 Steps to Make Your Workforce Management Strategy Crisis-Ready

By: Michele Ertl-Rosner
May 20th, 2020

As health systems navigate COVID-19 and the ongoing challenges caused by the pandemic, it’s clear that decisions related to their workforce are a critical part of their crisis response. Whether those decisions are about determining how to staff for a surge of critically ill patients or how to protect the bottom line after the cancellation of weeks of elective procedures, these decisions are high stakes and have an enormous impact on the entire organization.

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workforce management | staffing and scheduling

How to Identify and Prevent Nurse Burnout

By: Michele Ertl-Rosner
April 23rd, 2020

Pandemic or not, nurses can feel overwhelmed by the demands of their job at times. When those feelings remain unrecognized and untreated, it can lead to nurse burnout. Even before the coronavirus crisis, nurse burnout was gaining more attention, and many healthcare organizations were already taking steps to address the issue. Now, with the extra burden of the pandemic upon them, it’s even more critical for healthcare leaders to be proactive in recognizing nurse burnout and providing resources for their staff to overcome it.

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