While the COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t the only cause of healthcare labor shortages nationwide, it certainly exacerbated the situation. Now, two years later, healthcare recruitment has transformed into an almost entirely new landscape.

This National Healthcare Recruiter Recognition Day, we review the top challenges healthcare recruiters must overcome in this new hiring environment.

Many health systems have improved their performance by focusing on what is called the “Triple Aim.” These include three dimensions:

One of the top workplace challenges facing the healthcare industry today is hiring for the right cultural fit. Even as providers fight over a finite pool of qualified healthcare talent, leaders have come to recognize that it’s essential to attract and retain people who can reflect and champion the values and mission of the organization.

Here are some important things human resources leaders need to know to align their talent-acquisition strategy with their company culture.

The 44th National Association for Health Care Recruitment (NAHCR) IMAGE Conferencetook place in Scottsdale, Arizona this past week. Expanding upon the previous year’s conference learnings, successful healthcare recruiters will need to adopt marketing tactics, leverage new technologies, and understand their potential candidate audiences in order to thrive in an increasingly competitive landscape.

The first Tuesday in June each year is reserved to celebrate healthcare recruiters across the nation and recognize the important work they do every day. They hold the fundamental responsibility in attracting quality talent as well as ensuring hiring managers fill the most high-demanding healthcare roles in the midst of today’s looming talent shortage. 

The healthcare industry faces many challenges for sustaining an active workforce. Ongoing talent shortages, lower retention rates compared to other industries, and shifting workforce dynamics all contribute to the issues affecting healthcare HR professionals. While there are many different ways to approach talent acquisition and retention in healthcare, one area that can be overlooked is the role of the benefits package.

5 Ways to Streamline Healthcare Talent Acquisition Processes

As the healthcare industry continues to face talent shortages, the competition for quality heightens. In order to remain competitive in the evolving healthcare landscape, employers need to find ways to adapt to the new environment while streamlining the talent acquisition process. When reviewing your processes and procedures, consider the following best practices as you work on improving results.

4 Best Practices for Passive Recruiting in Healthcare

Did you know that nearly 79 percent of the U.S. workforces are passive candidates? These are candidates who are currently employed and not actively seeking work but are open to hearing about other job opportunities. Not only do they have jobs, but they are also generally satisfied with their current position, Hire Velocity explains in an article.

Optimizing Hiring Processes in Ambulatory Surgery Centers: 5 Best Practices

Like hospitals and other healthcare organizations, ambulatory surgery centers face the same talent shortages and challenges when it comes to hiring quality talent. Additionally, with the consumerization of healthcare, effective and optimized hiring processes can go a long way for providing quality care and ensuring patient safety.  

Here are six ways to optimize your ambulatory surgery center’s hiring processes.

Healthcare Recruitment Marketing Best Practices

If you attended this year’s National Association for Health Care Recruitment (NAHCR) IMAGE Conference, you probably noticed the leading healthcare recruitment organizations are borrowing tactics and strategies from the marketing profession. As the consumer and candidate environment continues to blend, having a marketing-driven approach to healthcare recruitment can go a long way in achieving your organization’s talent acquisition goals.

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