Healthcare News & Insights

3 keys to recruit & keep the best volunteers for your hospital

Many hospitals rely on volunteers to augment the care clinicians provide to patients. But just like with paid positions, it can be difficult to recruit and retain good, reliable people. That’s why hospitals should put as much effort into finding and keeping volunteers as they do to fill other roles. 

Boost retention of ICU nurses: Here’s how

ICU nurses currently have high rates of turnover and burnout. One new study gives insight into how hospitals can avoid this phenomenon.

What health IT pros love and hate about their jobs

Healthcare IT professionals are highly sought after right now, and hospitals need to find every advantage they can get to attract and retain workers.

What do healthcare CIOs want from their employers?

As is the case with security professionals, top-notch health IT leaders are critical for hospitals as they begin relying more heavily on technology. What will it take to keep those people happy as demands on them increase? 

6 ways to attract top IT security pros to your hospital

As more health data becomes digital, IT security is becoming increasingly important for hospitals. One key tool for protecting data: having a staff with the right cyber security expertise. 

How your competitors are attracting health IT pros

Bringing in top IT talent could be a challenge for hospitals, as many different types of organizations are trying to hire additional tech workers. 

Top 10 benefits health IT employees want from hospitals

Finding and keeping health IT staff is challenging right now – and it’s made even more difficult when hospitals don’t know what benefits health IT employees want most. 

How to win the war for health IT talent

As we’ve reported earlier, many health IT jobs are available and competition for talent is steep. What can organizations do to set themselves apart? 

4 ways to keep staffing shortages from threatening health IT projects

With rising adoption rates for electronic health records and other technology, health IT pros are in high demand. That’s great for people with skills and experience in health tech, but hospitals and providers have a problem: There aren’t many qualified applicants for health IT jobs out there. 

Reimbursement not keeping up with cost of physicians

Physician recruitment is a hot business, and the competition between facilities to get the best physicians and specialists is just going to get worse. Here’s why.