Hospices Leverage Tech to Combat Staffing Woes

Posted November 10, 2022

The use of technology is expanding in the hospice world, as they are using it to identify patients in need of care and then using it to recruit and retain caregivers.

Systems like artificial intelligence (AI), predictive analytics, and machine learning have helped providers identify eligible patients sooner in their disease process. Hospices are now applying those tools to help relieve industry-wide labor pressures.

“With a new AI-powered applicant tracking system rolling out soon, Silverado looks to embrace technology to help us grow as our staffing needs increase,” April Wilson, VP of Hospice Operations told Hospice News. “Recruitment and retention really come down to the ways we offer value to staff. As a company we are embracing technology across the board – not just in human resources – and the new capabilities it can bring. We feel it is important to use resources that enable automation and predictive analytics.”

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