March Member Meeting – Featuring Ron Hopp
Wednesday, March 11th, Starting at 9:00 PM to 11:00PM.
Nursing’s Shortage Goes Way Beyond Headcount
Interest Area: Recruitment, Workforce Planning, Financial Management
Continuing EducationCredits: 1.0 SHRM CE
Rationale: Current thinking around shortage of RNs is focused on vacancies and the overall supply and demand dynamics within the workforce. This session describes how healthcare employers are about to face an entirely new shortage in the nursing workforce – an experience shortage.
• Discuss the reality and implications of a shortage of headcount and experience
• Review 4 specific strategies to address the ‘Experience- Complexity’ gap
• Explore how to influence your organization to be proactive in preparing for the ‘Experience-Complexity’ gap
• Abstract Details: Hospitals and health systems across the U.S. face a new kind of shortageamong the nursing workforce; an experience shortage.
The workforce is becoming increasingly novice as experienced nurses retire. At the same time the care complexity is rising and shows no signs of abating. These two countervailing forces create a gap between the experience of the workforce and the complexity of care provided.
This session will present 4 strategies that can be practically implemented to deal with the quality and financial implications that will result from the ‘Experience-Complexity’ gap. The four strategies can be categorized as Teach, Redistribute, Differentiate and Innovate.
315 SW 5th Ave
Portland, OR 97204