This 90 minute On-Demand webinar was recorded on Wednesday, October 25, 2023 and features a panel of distinguished healthcare labor experts examining the current workforce challenges in healthcare delivery, and how it might be addressed in the coming years. Faculty includes Eric Dickerson of Kaye/Bassman International, Matthew Fontana of the global law firm Faegre Drinker, and Elizabeth DuBois of COPE Health Solutions. (Please see full bios below)
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The labor market in the United States has been tight in recent years, but perhaps no other sector is tighter than healthcare. The Health Resources Services Administration recently concluded that the U.S. needs more than 38,000 more physicians, dentists and mental health professionals than the number currently employed. The Bureau of Labor Statistics says there are currently more than 200,000 job openings for nurses, and that more than 30,000 new advanced practice nurses (nurse practitioners, nurse anesthetists, etc.) are needed every year through 2030 just to keep up with demand. The current workforce itself is traumatized, coping with such issues as job burnout and potential violence from patients and their family members
That the workforce shortage is chronic and current labor conditions are demanding at best means that providers and recruiters must think outside the box. As simply filling the positions is no longer feasible, they must work on creating education-to-labor pipelines. And they must also contend with dramatic changes to the workforce since the COVID-19 pandemic and factor in changes such as telemedicine and hybrid work arrangements.
- The current labor situation and how it has evolved since COVID-19
- What is going on in the minds of doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals regarding their jobs and careers
- Creative ways for hospitals and healthcare systems to manage internal employees and temporary and travel staffers while keeping red ink at a minimum
- Non-traditional approaches hospitals and healthcare systems may take toward career development, recruitment and retention
- What unions are looking for over the longer term
- How mandated staffing ratios are impacting the workforce and recruitment
- Using hybrid workplace options and telehealth to your advantage
- How hospitals are creating and expanding residency programs and how they assist with recruitment and retention
Senior Principal/Senior Practice Leader, Kaye/Bassman International
Eric serves as a senior practice leader for Kaye/Bassman’s healthcare division and leads the charge in the dynamic and growing market of healthcare, with a primary focus on those hard-to-fill searches requiring unique specialty training and certifications. Over the past decade
Eric’s specific focus has been in academic medicine where there have been over 350 successfully completed searches for deans, chairs, vice chairs, directors, administrators and faculty. In addition to single positions he has helped build or rebuild divisions, departments and, most recently, new medical schools.
Partner, Faegre Drinker
Matthew Fontana is a Philadelphia-based partner with the global law firm Faegre Drinker. He handles a variety of traditional labor matters for both public and private sector clients under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), Labor Management Relations Act (LMRA) and Pennsylvania’s Public Employee Relations Act (PERA).
Matthew counsels clients on day-to-day labor/management issues (including union organizing and strike issues), handles grievance/arbitration issues and leads collective bargaining negotiations.
Elizabeth DuBois, DNP
Principal, Chief Operating Officer, COPE Health Solutions
Elizabeth DuBois, DNP, is Principal and Chief Operating Officer at COPE Health Solutions. She has deep expertise in the areas of clinical workforce development and engagement, leadership and management, care redesign, care coordination, operations efficiency, strategic planning, physician alignment and population health solutions.
Dr. DuBois’ unique blend of experience with federal qualified health centers, as well as hospitals and health systems brings added value for clients to whom she provides advisory services.
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