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Intelligent Hospital Operations

As a nurse leader, you are constantly challenged by the impact of limited resources, in search of a staffing strategy to relieve your team’s burnout—while still ensuring optimal patient care and mitigating fiscal impacts.

Find out how intelligent automation can help.

What are your Shift Pain Points?

Staffing is complicated. Learn how Intelligent Automation can help

Staffing—it’s complicated. As a frontline nurse, you acutely feel the pain when plans to adequately staff units go awry.

As a nurse leader, you are constantly challenged by the impact of limited resources, in search of a staffing strategy to relieve your team’s burnout—while still ensuring optimal patient care and mitigating fiscal impacts.

Part of the problem is that many hospitals still follow inflexible, “old school” staff­ing practices that leave nursing leaders and the staffing office scrambling, resulting in unbalanced workloads. Intelligent automation can help.

Webinar: Rethinking Staff Shortages

How AI-enabled proactive staffing boots nurse moral and patient access

With the nurse shortage at crisis levels even before the pandemic hit, what are the flaws or shortcomings of conventional approaches to staffing that keep nurse leaders chronically in “firefighter mode”?

While a great majority of healthcare organizations cite nurse retention as a key strategic imperative, only a little over a third of them have actually implemented a formal retention strategy. Why isn’t nurse retention more reflected in actual operational practices or planning?

Join Bryan Dickerson, Senior Director of Healthcare Workforce Solutions at Hospital IQ, Shawna Gunn, Manager of Operations at MercyOne, Des Moines, and Danielle Bowie, DNP, RN, NE-BC, Vice President of Nursing Workforce Development at Bon Secours Mercy Health, Cincinnati, OH