Education & Training
Coordinated Care Models and Interprofessional Care Teams
AHA divisions devoted to advancing workforce issues:
The Bipartisan Primary Care and Health Workforce Expansion Act (S. 2840) would cut hospital reimbursements by eliminating facility fees for telehealth services. The expansion of telehealth over the past few years has transformed health care delivery, improved access for millions of Americans, and increased convenience for patients.
Strengthening the Health Care Workforce Digital Toolkit contains social media posts and images to support your team through burnout, to address behavioral health issues, and to prevent workplace violence.
AONL is working with national nursing and health care organizations to systematically address nurse staffing to enhance value, while optimizing quality and patient outcomes.
This staffing calculator harnesses the power of data and translates it into actionable goals specific to EVS departments in the health care field.
Capacity building with a focus on the local business community can help address supply chain gaps, meet product needs, and improve the efficiency and resiliency of the supply chain. Such initiatives can bring in additional funding and create job opportunities for local communities which experience barriers to employment.
This toolkit focuses on ways to ensure employees are receiving access to career advancement opportunities. This ensures local hires grow in their work and there is a pathway to greater experience and support that will benefit the company and hospital as a whole through employee investment.
This resource looks at the benefits of hiring locally by creating a system of entry points for applicants that normally face barriers to this work.
This downloadable PowerPoint presentation highlights key talent management trends to consider in your workforce planning.
Hospitals and health systems need to find ways to attract, recruit, retain, reward and train workers who have the characteristics needed to be successful in the future world of health care work.
This presentation offers an overview of the 2019 Environmental Scan, outlining key themes and trends that the health care field is currently facing during this time of transformation. Understanding the current climate of health in America will help hospital and health system leaders to shape the health care delivery system of the future.