The need for experienced healthcare leadership is reaching critical levels. Increasing turnover rates and an exodus of current executives is creating a leadership vacuum across the industry. This infograph details specific insights and benefits healthcare organizations are achieving through the use of B.E. Smith Interim Leadership.
The 2017 AWHONN Annual Meeting explored a variety of topics under the theme, "energize and support nurses to translate knowledge into action." Nurse leaders gathered to discuss a wide range of challenges, including building leadership competencies, increasing retention, improving care through patient-centered cultural sensitivity, promoting a healthy nurse work environment, and minimizing nurse liability risk. This B.E. Smith executive brief offers insights into these discussions and the key takeaways shared at the meeting.
The 2017 HFMA ANI Annual Conference explored a variety of topics under the theme, "collaborating for the future." CFO and financial leaders gathered to discuss a wide range of challenges, including influencing change, improving patient financial engagement, leveraging analytics, and finance's role in promoting strong physician leadership. This B.E. Smith executive brief offers insights into these discussions and the key takeaways shared at the conference.
The annual B.E. Smith Interim Intelligence Survey details specific opportunities, benefits, and considerations regarding Interim Leadership. This B.E. Smith white paper offers insights and best practice on this important and growing leadership workforce strategy in the healthcare industry.
Turnover, it is an issue which is gaining increasing focus for healthcare organizations and executives. For good reason, turnover impacts an entire organization including clinical, financial, and operational outcomes. It also fuels an increasingly competitive labor market. This B.E. Smith Industry Report explores the cost implications and some of the more productive strategies to successfully avoid or mitigate the risk associated with turnover.
The healthcare industry is consistently among the top in regards to turnover rates from the C-suite to front-line staff. The rate of change in hospitals and health systems underscores the importance for organizations to develop and implement strategies which reduce or eliminate risk of leadership turnover. This B.E. Smith infographic highlights the challenges organizations face in regards to recruiting and retaining executive leadership.
Rising workforce turnover is a significant challenge as healthcare organizations battle to maintain momentum in building the high-performing and collaborative teams required in today’s rapidly transforming healthcare industry. It is an issue that demands continual analysis of trend lines and root causes. Turnover can be mitigated through a variety of related strategies. This white paper distills B.E. Smith research and advisory experience to explore several strategies for success.
The Becker’s Hospital Review Annual Meeting provided an wide range of insights for healthcare leaders trying to navigate the shifting healthcare landscape. This B.E. Smith executive brief outlines five themes which were the focus of this year's meeting. From industry trends and transformational change to patient experience and physician leadership, the annual meeting provided many strategies for healthcare leaders.
The 2017 ACHE Congress offered timely perspectives on a range of trends dominating the conversation and focus of the healthcare industry. This B.E. Smith executive brief provides a highlight of five notable themes at this year's conference including patient safety, physician engagement, leadership development, and diversity.
Elevated levels of turnover combined with a shortage of experienced talent is creating a challenging workforce environment for healthcare providers. Many organizational leaders are turning to executive search firms to assist in identifying top talent. This B.E. Smith report offers eight best practices and strategies healthcare executives should consider when selecting a partner for an executive recruitment.