Redesigning the Healthcare Workforce

Date
Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018
Time
8:45 AM–10:00 AM
Location
Mount Vernon Square A
Tracks
Breakout Sessions

Moderator: Jada Graves, Managing Editor, BrandFuse, U.S. News & World Report

Increasingly, care is moving out of the hospital and into the community. Health centers are developing areas of excellence or becoming magnet centers, requiring different specialized staffing needs. Hospitals and health systems are consolidating and facing the challenges that come with merging different workforces and cultures. And with the rise of telemedicine and telehealth, including home-monitoring devices, self-service kiosks and beyond, organizations may be faced with training and recruiting new types of professionals. Join us for a look at how healthcare systems can successfully analyze and address their emerging workforce needs. How can creating a system-wide culture of respect and “zero workforce harm” not only improve staff well-being but patient care? Panelists will explore everything from how to include stakeholders in the planning process to identifying critical issues that must be considered when trying to re-engineer the healthcare workforce of tomorrow.

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