We’re swapping episodes with our friends at Radio Advisory to hear what they’re learning that can help address pressing workforce issues in healthcare, while Radio Advisory listeners are checking out an episode of SEE YOU NOW.
Recent research shows that health workforce vacancies – particularly among registered nurses – is the top issue for healthcare CEOs. While nursing vacancies are challenging for nursing departments, there are a host of systemwide problems that will impact quality and safety alongside an organization's ability to grow.
In this Radio Advisory episode, host Rachel (Rae) Woods speaks with Advisory Board's Chief Nursing Officer, Carol Boston, and two leaders from University Hospitals – Chief Quality & Clinical Transformation Officer, Peter Pronovost, and Chief Nursing Executive, Michelle Hereford – about recent data and their experiences navigating the complexity of the workforce vacancies. They share key insights and explore how reduced staffing is impacting health organizations at large, why organizations can't seem to find a solution, and how addressing tactical issues alone will not solve the crisis.
We're delighted to introduce you to the Radio Advisory podcast and why it’s a vital part of the healthcare podcasting listening-scape.
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- Rachel Woods, Host Radio Advisory
- Carol Boston, JD, MS, BSN, RN
- Peter Pronovost, MD, PhD, FCCM
- Michelle Hereford, MSHA, RN, FACHE