Becker’s Hospital Review: Employee recognition critical to boosting employee engagement within healthcare organizations
Becker’s Hospital Review: Spotting an unengaged employee
North Mississippi Health Services
Recognition Programs: The Best Prescription for Healthcare Organizations
Checking the Pulse of Recognition in Healthcare
Building an Engaged Hospital Staff
New York Hospital of Queens
Beckers Hospital Review: Linking Recognition Initiatives to Patient Care Key to Engaging Nurses
The Best Prescription
With enormous pressure on hospital managers to meet threadbare budgets while refocusing operations on increasing quality of care, many healthcare organizations are using reward and recognition programs to drive employee engagement, reduce voluntary nursing staff turnover, and place greater emphasis on performance metrics linked to the Affordable Care Act.
Recognizing your healthcare staff shouldn’t be complicated or time-consuming. Our flexible all-in-one Total Vision Recognition achievement platform and Lifestyles Recognition milestone celebrations give healthcare organizations the tools and means to easily run multiple simultaneous initiatives targeting specific departments, metrics, or teams; allowing you to maximize FTE, motivate staff to reach goals, and increase quality of care without breaking a sweat.
From The Healthcare Blog
Patient experience has become a critical concern for hospitals and health networks, and is a top issue for healthcare executives. However, organizations often overlook the power a well-leveraged recognition program can bring to bear on patient satisfaction. Here are 12 quick tips for improving patient experience with recognition: Align recognition strategy to focus on hospitality […]Continue Reading ...
Medical Assistants Recognition Week (MARWeek) is October 17-21 this year, so let’s all take a moment to recognize how crucial these folks are to keeping our hospitals running and our population healthy. You see, doctors and nurses may get all the glory for saving lives, but what the shows on TV don’t tell you is […]Continue Reading ...
Patient satisfaction has always been the top concern for hospitals, and it’s easy to see why – it’s their whole reason for doing what they do. But in the last several years the Affordable Care Act has put increased scrutiny on how hospitals care for patients, tying Medicare funding to satisfaction ratings and quality of […]Continue Reading ...
Registered and Vocational Nurses make up one of the largest groups of employees in the country, but are some of the most stressful jobs one can undertake. The demand for nurses is also rising rapidly, creating a looming human capital crisis. The American Association of Colleges of Nursing explains: “The U.S. is projected to experience […]Continue Reading ...
Registered Nurses make up the largest segment of workers in the country, numbering over 3 million. However, November 8-14 is a week set aside to recognize an important subset of nurses known as Nurse Practitioners (NPs). NPs are registered nurses with extended skill sets who run their own practices, usually specializing in primary and preventative […]Continue Reading ...
Here at Michael C. Fina we love recognizing employees for all the great things they do. When we get the chance to praise someone’s dedication to their job, multiple party horns go off, confetti falls from the ceilings, and sweet electric guitar riffs echo through the halls. That’s why we’re super-excited for Medical Assistants Recognition […]Continue Reading ...