It's a little over a year since I originally published this blog. In it, I discussed my personal story and how that became the catalyst for Laudio. Well, a lot can happen in a year. So, I'd like to take this opportunity to provide an update on what we've heard, experienced and, most importantly, the adoption of Laudio across health systems that has surpassed our expectations.
Today, Laudio welcomed special guest Jennifer L. Hargreaves DNP, RN, NE-BC, Senior Analyst Pathway to Excellence Program from the American Nurse Credentialing Center (ANCC) for our thought leadership webinar series to discuss:
With a national nurse turnover rate exceeding 17%, staff retention continues to challenge nurse leadership. Fortunately, addressing the root cause of the problem is becoming a priority across health systems – a shared goal that spans leadership in Nursing as well as Human Resources.
Whether it’s an executive order from the president of the U.S. or a policy change from your primary care physician, healthcare improvement is part of an expanding national conversation. And arguably, impactful change will only be achieved through strong leadership at every level.
At Laudio, we love celebrating National Nurses Week 2019 (#nursesweek) and celebrating the profession we believe makes the most impact in healthcare delivery. But what we love even more is how our platform approaches every week like it’s national nurses week.
On our latest webinar, special guest Katie T. Pollara, MHA, SPHR Manager, Nursing Workforce Development & Strategy at UNC REX Healthcare outlined the organization's new nurse onboarding program and explained how Laudio's AI data integration helps managers engage more efficiently and effectively.
Join our webinar on 2/26 2pm ET to review the results of the largest nurse retention study of its kind. We will explore the roots of nurse turnover and uncover the research-based benchmarks related to staff engagement opportunities.
Last year’s predictions for the health care industry included global trends focused on workforce development, patient consumerism, and cost reduction, to list a few. Throughout 2018, we saw how the health care industry is being disrupted and reshaped by sector consolidation, new nontraditional competitors, and increasingly educated and demanding consumers.
As 2018 comes to a close and healthcare leadership defines its priorities for the coming year, workforce development is topping the list across all U.S. health systems.