For many, health care has become a big business.
Many companies have moved away from their traditional health care approach, and the health care industry is poised to continue to grow.
However, there are a number of challenges that health care companies will need to navigate if they want to survive as a business.
One of those challenges is the need to improve retention of key personnel.
As more and more companies take advantage of the growing digital health care market, there will be pressure on employers to retain key health care personnel.
Some of the key challenges to retaining and recruiting health care employees include:What to look for in health care hiringHow to recruit health care professionalsHow to get the most out of health care recruitersWhat to do when hiring health care staffHow to determine the best fit between employees and their employersWhen it comes to health care hires, employers will need a holistic view of the individual’s needs and goals, and a way to understand how their employee fits into that vision.
To do that, companies need to have a holistic approach to hiring health services workers, and employers need to understand the health industry and the workforce needs that employees are looking for.
To learn more about what’s going on with the health workforce and what companies can do to improve employee retention, we spoke with the Chief Administrative Officer of Regence Group and Chief Administrative Assistant to the Public Administration Jobs division of the American Health Care Association.
These are two of the most experienced and influential health care recruiting and retention professionals in the country.
They’ve been at Regence for over 20 years, so they know what they’re talking about.
Regence GroupAdministratorJenna C. D’Agostino is the executive director of Regent Group, a global health care outsourcing company.
Regent’s goal is to be the leading provider of comprehensive and efficient global health services and to provide a safe, reliable, and cost-effective solution for its employees.
Regence is currently in the midst of a $300 million investment into a new facility, and Jenna’s role includes working with Regent employees and stakeholders to understand where the company is in the healthcare workforce, what challenges it faces and what it needs to improve.
Jenna: What are the challenges that employers will have to overcome to attract and retain health care talent?
Regent GroupChief Administrative OfficerJenna D. D: One of the challenges we’ve seen with recruiting health professionals is that we’ve got to make sure that we’re hiring the right people to do the job.
There are some challenges that we face, because we’ve focused on recruitment through a very focused process, because of the nature of the health services that we provide, but we also have to think about the people that we have to get.
For example, if we’re recruiting a particular kind of person and we’re looking for people who have experience in some kind of health services, and we don’t have the right person in the right location, we have a lot of questions around that.
There’s a lot more work that needs to be done to get to that point, and I think it’s going to be a challenge for us to attract the right kind of people to the job and to be able to do that.
Regent’s new $300M facility is expected to become operational in the second half of 2020, and that will provide additional staffing, including staff from the company’s two other global health companies, Anthem and Inova Health.
Jenna’s team also focuses on recruiting healthcare professionals in both the U.S. and internationally, and they’re actively looking for health professionals to fill the positions that are currently vacant at Regent.
Jenny: How are you able to identify the best talent to fill key health management roles?
RegenceGroupChief Administrative AssistantJenna A. D : We focus on recruiting people that are going to have that specific type of background.
We focus a lot on recruitment and we also hire people with the right personality type and what we think they’re going to bring to the organization.
I think we really focus on finding the right fit for our company and for our employees.
RegenteGroupAdministratorMichele C. A. is the Chief Administration Officer of Inova, a health care provider that provides care to a global population of more than 2 billion people.
Inova provides health care to approximately 300 million people globally and employs more than 3,500 people in more than 140 countries.
Michele has worked for the company for more than 30 years, and her role includes recruiting and retaining health care executives, employees, and consultants.
Michele is also responsible for overseeing a network of international training facilities and provides support to health companies and their international teams.
Michele also oversees the Inova Healthcare Center and works with Inova and other global healthcare companies to ensure the best practices for the delivery of care are aligned with those of their global communities.
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