Workforce Management

Workforce Management Strategies in Times of Uncertainty

Overview

If 2020 proved anything to the healthcare industry, it is that even the most prepared organizations can be upended in times of uncertainty.

In this series of articles from American Nurse, you will learn how using strategies like patient-centered staffing, relying on data and technology to make pivotal decisions, and using culture to cultivate commitment can bring certainty back to your workforce management strategy.

What you'll learn

In these articles, you will learn:

  • How your organization can rely on data, policies, people, and more to improve overall workforce management strategies
  • How technology—when used wisely—can help balance staff and patient needs
  • How having a staffing vision promotes optimal response to significant shifts in patient volume

Read on

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Leadership Insights to Inspire Teams & Drive Innovation
Contingent Talent Management | 2 min read
How to Enforce Consistent Travel Compensation Policies Across Your Staffing Agency
Clinical Communication | 3 min read
How to Enhance Your Clinical Communications Improvement Project
Compliance | 3 min read
4 Current Legal Issues in Healthcare
Workforce Management | 4 min read
10 Essential Qualities of a Good Nurse
Provider Credentialing | 2 min read
5 Ways Provider Credentialing Leaders Can Prepare for Big Spikes
Workforce Management | 3 min read
5 Small Ways Hospitals & Health Systems Can Celebrate Nurses Week
Provider Credentialing | 2 min read
Top 5 Needs Solved by Working with a CVO
Workforce Management | 3 min read
The Impact of Time in Nursing
Clinical Communication | 3 min read
The 6 People You Need on Your Clinical Communications Improvement Team