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5 Ways Workforce Optimization Drives Workforce Productivity

Posted by VISTA Staffing on May 18, 2020 12:11:56 PM

Increasing productivity at a hospital is no small undertaking - especially given the current physician shortage impacting the healthcare industry. If there are too few clinicians available to treat patients, morale sinks, which negatively impacts productivity. But if the supply of clinicians exceeds demand, the resulting inefficiency can erode already-thin profit margins.

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Topics: Industry Updates, Facilities & Practices, HR, Recruiting, Labor Strategy, Staffing Technology, workforce optimization

Improve Patient Experience with Workforce Optimization

Posted by VISTA Staffing on Feb 18, 2020 9:30:00 AM

Patient satisfaction is inextricably linked to the financial stability of a healthcare organization. Patients have learned that they have choices in selecting their providers and have developed a low tolerance for service that does not meet their expectations.

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Topics: Facilities & Practices, HR, Staffing Technology

How Staffing Levels Affect Patient Experience

Posted by VISTA Staffing on Jan 15, 2020 9:30:00 AM

Not a moment too soon, optimizing the patient experience has become a top priority for many healthcare providers across the nation. As medical practices focus on providing patients with the proper level of support, the providers improve outcomes across the board.

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Topics: Facilities & Practices, HR, Staffing Technology

What You Should Know About Staffing Technologies (VMS)

Posted by VISTA Staffing on Jan 9, 2020 12:32:19 PM

One of the most difficult tasks hospitals and other healthcare facilities face is staff management. Proper staffing is essential to ensure that the hospital operates smoothly and that all patients have a positive experience. Because staffing can be so complex and involves so many diverse challenges, many facilities struggle to find an efficient and effective way to manage contingency staff, provide continuity of care, maintain a positive patient experience and drive bottom-line growth. In this article, we discuss two types of staffing technologies that can help with these tasks: VMS and MSP. Most healthcare facilities will find that one or both of these solutions reduce problems with contingency staff management.

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Topics: Facilities & Practices, Recruiting, Staffing Technology

Using Data to Support Staffing Strategies

Posted by VISTA Staffing on Oct 29, 2019 9:00:00 AM

Thanks to a variety of advanced technologies, today's organizations in all industries have access to data that can help them make informed business decisions designed to drive growth.

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Topics: Facilities & Practices, Staffing Technology

5 Ways to Overcome Staffing Challenges in Your Hospital or Facility

Posted by VISTA Staffing on Oct 17, 2019 9:00:00 AM

Hospitals and other healthcare facilities face a variety of staffing challenges. As a result of an ongoing physician shortage, the market for the best talent has become increasingly more competitive. Other staffing challenges include difficulty in filling job vacancies, expansions, and mergers. Staffing challenges may impact healthcare facilities in many different ways, leading to lost revenue, a higher workload for existing staff members, poor patient experiences and more. Below are some strategies that hospitals and other healthcare facilities can use to overcome staffing challenges and boost profitability.

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Topics: Facilities & Practices, Interview/Hiring Tips, HR, Recruiting, Staffing Technology

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At VISTA we’re dedicated to being our clients’ strategic workforce optimization partner. With our deep industry expertise and exclusive locums MSP technology, we help health systems, hospitals, practices and government entities build and sustain effective workforce models that ensure patient access to care and organizational stability. Covering more than 60 specialties, we staff physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants to help our clients preserve revenue and maintain profitability.