The demand of healthcare workers is predicted to increase over the next decade, but it is also predicted that the healthcare industry will face significant worker and skill shortages in the same timeframe. This shortage of qualified and skilled clinicians and other clinical and non-clinical staff presents a gap that will impact the ability of any healthcare system around the world to deliver care safely and scale businesses into the future. While the gap will differ by country, province, and even by town, hospital and health system administrators will struggle over the next decade to staff key positions in an environment of cost constraints.
Due to digitalization, technological transformation, an aging workforce and retention challenges, healthcare providers across the world need to meet these shifting demands and consider the changing requirements of a future workforce capable of delivering health outcomes in a healthcare landscape vastly different to that of today.
Meeting future workforce demands includes designing an effective workforce strategy, including the right training, and upskilling programs in place, effective recruitment, and retention strategies, implementing emerging technology, and creating a culture of change and value-based care. Join your peers at Public Sector Network’s Future of Work in Healthcare Virtual Event to take away innovative workforce planning strategies and processes that can support and sustain a coordinated, collaborative, and patient-centric approach to delivering care in the future.
Identify how to create the workforce of the future to meet changing demands of growing and ageing populations
Learn how to embrace technology and invest in talent to pave the way to healthcare’s workforce for the future
Hear about the latest technologies assisting workplace transformation in public healthcare
Understand how to undertake a skills-gap analysis and better develop the skills and capability needed for the future
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Hanover & District Hospital