How Healthcare Providers Can Use Workforce Analytics to Drive Results

How Healthcare Providers Can Use Workforce Analytics to Drive Results | Webcast

How Healthcare Providers Can Use Workforce Analytics to Drive Results

Recorded: 09 May 2018

  • Overview
    • The healthcare sector will account for about 2.3 million new jobs in the United States by 2026, driven by an American population that’s trending older, sicker and more sedentary. Healthcare workers are – and will continue to be – in high demand – and the supply isn’t keeping up.

      Up to two-thirds of the variance in the quality of patient care can be predicted based on human capital factors, such as staffing, engagement, supervision and rewards. As competition for workers gets tougher, how can hospitals, health systems and other healthcare providers take action now to reduce risk and position for success in the future?

      Join us for our upcoming webcast, as we discuss how to leverage workforce and operational data and analytics to pinpoint what’s driving key workforce challenges at your organization, including attraction and retention of talent in high demand. We’ll review our projections of labor market risks for key healthcare occupations and case study examples for how to connect predictive workforce analytics to key outcomes, including turnover rates and quality of care. 

  • Why attend
    • At this event, attendees will learn:

      • How predictive workforce analytics can help you prioritize the actions that will drive business outcomes – quality of patient care, turnover rates and future organizational changes
      • Future workforce trends and supply/demand projections for the US healthcare market
      • Why applying analytics to the wealth of enterprise data you already have is a game changer for your organization’s workforce strategy
  • Who should attend
    • C-suite, Human Resources, Workforce Planning, Total Rewards and Finance leaders at Hospitals, Health Systems and other Healthcare Providers

  • Speakers
    • John Derse - Senior Partner, Mercer Health Provider Advisory Leader
      Matthew Stevenson - Partner, Mercer Workforce Strategy and Analytics Practice Co-Leader