Healthcare is facing a number of challenges and changes, including massive workforce demographic shifts, intensifying regulatory changes, and the ongoing transition from volume- to value-based care. The Affordable Care Act is adding to the pressure, with hospitals and health systems under pressure to demonstrate the value of their services through performance metrics.
Understanding best practices in healthcare talent management is essential to cope with all of these changes. In this white paper, Dr. Kevin Groves shares the findings from his more than 10 years of longitudinal research. Key to his findings are eight specific talent management practices that improve performance metrics in healthcare organizations. He also reveals tips on how to implement these best practices in your workplace, so that your organization has programs in place to effectively assess talent, and plan succession practices, give effective performance appraisals, and initiate incentive pay practices.
In this white paper, you'll learn how to:
- Gain support from your organization's top management team to help execute talent management capabilities
- Use formal talent assessment tools, including the nine-box grid, to help ensure a culture of strong leadership
- Engage employees and supervisors in performance appraisals using a performance management platform or software
Learn all eight talent management best practices by downloading the full report now