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Healthcare News of Note: Front-line healthcare workers leaving jobs without having another one lined up, McKinsey survey shows

Healthcare News of Note for healthcare finance professionals is a roundup of recent news articles: The Great Attrition is a real phenomenon, health systems have been slow to optimize technology, and chronic care is likely to grow telehealth use.

Deborah Filipek September 23, 2021

The Great Resignation: Reality or myth?

The predicted “Great Resignation” is upon us, but there are things leaders can do to both stem the losses and seize the opportunity to become an employer of choice.

Jill Geisler September 16, 2021

Dr. Rumay Alexander, a nursing educator at UNC-Chapel Hill and leader of diversity initiatives, discusses why “checking the box” on diversity is not enough.

Racial disparities in the healthcare industry have long been an issue, with serious effects on outcomes. In this episode, Dr. Rumay Alexander discusses how the industry can begin to rebuild trust and shares some practical advice about how to build a program around diversity, equity and inclusion.

Jean Alcantara September 13, 2021

Pressure Rising: COVID-19’s ongoing impacts on healthcare labor trends

Find out how health systems and organizations are expanding remote work, how to prepare for rising labor expenses and how some hospitals are testing creative solutions to address workforce shortages among other hospital labor trends now and into the future.

HFMA September 3, 2021

HFMA recognizes the winners of its 2020-2021 Best Article Award

HFMA announces the winners and runners-up of the Association's Helen Yerger/L. Vann Seawell Best Article Award for outstanding editorial achievement in hfm magazine in fiscal year 2020-2021.

Deborah Filipek August 27, 2021

Financing digital transformation during COVID-19 and beyond

In this executive roundtable, a handful of revenue cycle and technology leaders review ROI, cybersecurity, employee engagement and more in healthcare finance.

HFMA August 25, 2021

How human capital analytics can help providers attract and keep top talent

Many healthcare workers have considered leaving the field after the COVID-19 pandemic. One company provides details on how to motivate the qualified employees with more than just compensation, benefits and rewards.

HFMA August 24, 2021

HFMA, Boise State launch innovative Master in Population and Health Systems Management degree

The Healthcare Financial Management Association and Boise State University are launching the Master’s in Population and Health Systems Management degree in August.

Todd Nelson August 24, 2021

What the pandemic taught us about leadership: Key takeaways

Lessons learned during the pandemic can ease the transition back to the office and set up leaders for future success.

Jill Geisler August 16, 2021

Critical access hospitals reap benefits of HFMA Enterprise Membership

HFMA’s Enterprise Membership program offers critical access hospitals vital tools and resources that their leaders and team members need to succeed in today’s ever-changing healthcare landscape.

Karen Wagner August 16, 2021
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