Posted Saturday, May 21, 2022
Hospices are in battle for new hires, technology is proving essential to their recruitment tactics. The pandemic created changes in the ways hospices use tech solutions, like telehealth for patient care or video conferencing to connect with remote-working employees, and a similar trend is developing around recruitment and retention. To maximize the results, investing in staff with technological knowledge and expertise is becoming crucial.
The need for skilled technical staff is more critical than ever as technology becomes more integral to a wider range of business and clinical functions, according to Susan Ponder Stansel, president and CEO of Florida-based Alivia Care.
“Recruiting has become a ground war, and that pressure will continue for the foreseeable future,” Ponder Stansel told Hospice News in an email. “With the clinical staffing shortages, using technology to expand the scope and efficiency of our limited workforce isn’t an option, it’s a must.
We [will] see the need and demand for more resources in the information technology/systems area continue to grow.”
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