- DataGen is hosting a national webinar to review the 2023 Medicare fee-for-service outpatient prospective payment system final rule and hospital impact analysis at 3 p.m. on Nov. 30, 2022. This webinar is available free of charge but registration is required. The MHA will provide hospitals with an impact analysis of the final rule within the next few weeks. Members with questions should contact Vickie Kunz the MHA.
- MHA Endorsed Business Partner NextJob is hosting a free webinar on Actionable Neuroscience Insights for Improved Workplace Performance at noon ET Dec. 7, 2022 to educate employees about the brain processes of perception, cognition and neuro-linguistics and share tips to help improve performance at work. MHA members are invited to register and share information about the webinar with their colleagues. To learn more, visit the business partner profile page for NextJob or contact Paul Dzurec at NextJob.
The nursing labor shortage is not going away any time soon. There’s no magic wand for addressing the short supply of clinicians. So, what can be done now? Retain staff.
Medical Solutions is an endorsed business partner of the MHA and a leading provider of innovative staffing support through its Managed Services Provider program. A new blog titled How Retention is the New Recruitment from Medical Solutions looks at the value of retention. It addresses the real cost of turnover as well as the challenges created by nurse burnout. Finally, it outlines steps that facilities can take to better retain their valuable staff.
Hospitals and health systems continue to transform, and compensation practices need to keep pace. Staff retention has become a top concern, and diversity and pay equality issues are critically important.
An organization’s compensation philosophy is the first step toward fair and competitive pay, leading to higher retention rates and the ability to attract top talent. Employers can open the level of transparency throughout the organization and develop trust among employees. The philosophy will help answer employees’ questions about how their pay is determined.
Downloading Salary.com’s “10 Compensation Best Practices” e-book will help healthcare leaders review their compensation philosophy in the context of today’s human resources challenges and discover other strategies for setting appropriate pay structures in 2022.