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At this point, healthcare organizations are working hard to meet the immediate challenges of recent years and are well down the learning curve in absorbing change and making improvements. In this issue of PXAdvisor, we look at trends for 2016, workforce development trends in the face of shortages, and the role of innovation as we work to improve outcomes.
For the past several years, healthcare professionals have been faced with a number of government initiatives, each presenting a significant challenge. For example:
As we enter 2016, the answer to each of these questions— for most organizations—has been a positive one. While organizations may not yet have reached the pinnacle for which they aspire in each area, they have largely met the immediate challenges and are well down the learning curve in absorbing change and making improvements.
At this juncture in the decade, we are recognizing at least two benefits. First, we are gaining confidence in our ability to deliver on these government mandates. Second, we are beginning to look beyond these mandated hurdles to the challenges we will be facing over the next five years, including:
This issue of PX Advisor includes:
A New Era of Confidence
LIVING LABS: Talking Nurse Residency Pathways with Stanford’s Shirley Sampson
Trends to Watch in 2016
For Ardent’s Jamie Heitgrass,It’s All about Employee Engagement
Super Charging the Confidence of New Nurses
Is Your Organization a Revolving Door?
CAHPS Experience Surveys: A Snapshot of What’s in Store for 2016
Onboarding – An Interview with Kimberly Herold, HealthStream’s Director, Professional Development Pathways
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