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2015 Healthcare Workforce Executive Insights Survey Results


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2015 Healthcare Workforce Executive Insights Survey Results

  1. 1. feel their organization’s recruiting methods are INEFFECTIVE feel their organization is unable to offer competitive COMPENSATION say their employees behave in a way that shows their COMMITMENT TO PATIENT SATISFACTION One-third of survey respondents report their employees lack the SKILLS and CORE COMPETENCIES necessary to be seen as a provider of choice most important talent management practice is hiring those who will support the ORGANIZATION’S CULTURE & VALUES Most concered about recruiting and retaining the following job functions: 1 /2 1 /3 MORE THAN HIRE FOR FIT ONLY68% If patient-centered care is the priority, shouldn’t this be 100%? OPPORTUNITIES TO ADVANCE was ranked the number one most influential factor in retaining top healthcare talent REGISTERED NURSES WITH BSN PHYSICIANS MEDICAL BILLERS & CODERS # 1 of respondents say employees lack the PREPAREDNESS needed to advance patient care as technologies evolve