Building the New Healthcare Workforce: Translational Research to Improve Financial, Clinical, Patient and Staff Engagement Outcomes
Tuesday, September 30, 2014 | 1:15 PM - 2:25 PM EST
The Center for Professional Advancement is the strategic organizing structure to ensure the supply of a confident and competent healthcare workforce needed to provide person-centered care under the population and community-based shift in care delivery in the value based health system.
The process components include continual interprofessional development, continuing education, new role specific training, Transition into Practice Residency's and Fellowships as well as a Foundation which holds research, scholarships and grant activity. The framework is supported by research findings of a national study to identify emerging and needed roles in the health system.
The findings of this study were used to inform the design of training programs for these new roles.
o Identify key strategic, operational and leadership actions to ensure effective workforce planning to meet person-centered care mandates under the Affordable Care Act.
o Translate the new workforce building model's application into your organization.
o Understand the impact of effective workforce planning and training programs on improving financial, clinical, patient and staff engagement outcomes.
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