Budgeting: Removing HPPDs and ADC from the Equation

Is your hospital still allocating labor resources based on incorrect census and revenue assumptions? Planning labor budgets on ADC and HPPDs doesn’t reflect the resources needed by the unit throughout the budget year.

ED: Improving Operations

Does your ED continue to be plagued with delays, frustrated patients, staffing problems and increased cost? Improving patient flow and staffing requires a shift in workforce planning, away from hours-per-visit to actual patient needs based on ESI levels.

L&D: Inadequate Metrics

Is your hospital still using inadequate and misleading hours of care metrics in your Labor and Delivery division? L&D workforce needs are driven by timely assignments that address the complexity of care and the need to be ready for action.

Hiring Practices: Organizational Impact

Are current hiring practices forcing departments to operate with inadequate staff in addition to paying significant premium? Active quarterly recruitment reduces vacancy and premium pay usage. While, the full vs flexible workforce projections provide consistent staffing practices that meet seasonal operations and adjust to labor market.

Monitoring Acuity & Modified Assignments

Is your hospital investing capital and time monitoring acuity just to continue to have workforce management and financial difficulties? Acuity determines care characteristics that can affect assignments and create a relationship between caregivers and complexity of care.

No More HPPDs

Hospital labor cost can only be controlled by retiring 5 decades of unsuccessful workforce financial planning and benchmarking driven by hours of care. A single patient is the difference between an upper and lower quartile performance. Clinical operations must be driven by complete patient assignments.

Planning and Scheduling for the Expected

Is staffing a daily crisis? Staffing is more than just scheduling. Find out what is needed from budgeting, staffing and contingency plans to ensure the optimal staffing every day.

Does it Pay to Hardwire Sitters into your Budget?

Is your hospital utilizing excessive sitter hours to meet unplanned patient needs? Using an unplanned sitter to monitor a patient commonly disrupts unit staffing. Find out how to anticipate and secures staff based on modified workloads.

Benchmarking at the Executive Level

There are many benchmarking tools in healthcare, but what do they really tell you? There are five metrics an executive needs to make effective operational and financial decisions.

L&D Data Critical to Workforce Planning

Do the number of deliveries per year still guide the staffing plans in your Maternal Child division? Detailed acuity monitoring allows for workforce planning that is driven by the complexity of care. A staffing plan can be built to support the required core staffing and contingency needs

Improve Throughput with Environmental Service Management

Is your organization experiencing delays in patient placement due to an overwhelmed environmental services (EVS) department? Learn how to identify the patient ADT patterns and EVS operations throughout the day in order to align EVS staffing with room turnover demands.