Top 10 Takeaways for Healthcare Human Resources Professionals Who Missed ASHHRA ‘24

If you’re a healthcare human resources professional and missed this year’s fantastic ASHHRA conference in Fort Worth, TX, a few weeks ago we’ve got you covered!

We know you’re searching for cutting-edge healthcare HR staffing solutions that will give you the skills insights you need to build smarter training programs. That’s why NHA was there to showcase our variety of healthcare employer staffing solutions. We loved meeting and talking with many of our ASHHRA friends, and we also had the chance to attend sessions and hear what key speakers had to say.

  • May 7, 2024 |
  • Connie Sears

Precision in Healthcare Training: How Employers Can Embrace Data as a Collaborative Ally

The healthcare sector is evolving rapidly, with staffing and retention at the forefront of many organizations' strategic planning. In response, data-driven approaches are increasingly being adopted to refine recruitment and training processes. The National Healthcareer Association® (NHA) provides valuable resources that align with these data-centric strategies, aiding healthcare employers in their quest to build resilient and skilled teams.

  • March 1, 2024 |
  • National Healthcareer Association

Healthcare Retention: Six Proven Strategies to Keep Your Best Talent & Improve Patient Outcomes

The healthcare industry is plagued by high turnover rates, which significantly affect both patient care and the operations of healthcare facilities. The emotionally taxing and demanding nature of healthcare jobs often drives professionals to seek other opportunities. High turnover also affects the morale of remaining staff, increases workload, and can lead to a decline in patient care quality.

  • January 17, 2024 |
  • National Healthcareer Association

Navigating the Healthcare Workforce Shortage: A Strategic Blueprint for Employers

In the United States, the healthcare industry is confronted with the intricate issue of workforce shortages, but a collaborative network of employers, educators, and healthcare partners such as NHA are actively engaged in working towards a solution. According to a striking data point from Becker's Hospital Review, the U.S. could encounter a shortage of more than 3.2 million allied healthcare workers, such as medical assistants, home health aides, and nursing assistants, within the following five years. Demographic shifts and the retirement of seasoned professionals exacerbate this situation.  

  • November 6, 2023 |
  • National Healthcareer Association
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