Human Resources Management for Healthcare Providers
When your greatest resource is at risk, effective human resources management strategies provide the foundation to achieve better outcomes for patients and providers. Human Resources Management in healthcare, focuses on the critical concepts for workforce management in healthcare settings.
To better meet the challenges of the healthcare industry, organizations need to continually improve the quality of the services they provide; streamline their clinical delivery and support systems, and transform their human resources management accordingly. The degree to which organizations manage the staff issues may determine the ongoing success of health care institutions. This course offered by Courtemanche & Associates, serves as a comprehensive foundation for all aspects of human resources planning, qualifications, and administration and is vital to leaders of all levels.
Learn effective strategies in managing staff to better meet the challenges of healthcare organizations and improve the quality of services they provide. .5 ANCC Contact Hours Available.
Learn & Apply
Unlock Your Organization’s Potential
An overview of regulatory requirements
Learn about survey approaches and troublesome compliance areas
Tips for Success in managing staff for better patient and safety outcomes
About the Instructor
Carol Mooney MSN, RN, CPHQ
Carol Mooney MSN, RN, CPHQ has a background in regulatory requirements, accreditation and standards development and interpretation. She recently was responsible for the development of program standards with incorporation of CMS requirements for multiple programs including Hospital, Rural Health Clinics, Patient-Centered Care, Oncology Patient-Centered Care, Palliative Care, End-Stage Renal and Dialysis Centers, Assisted Living Facilities, International Hospital, and International Clinics and Medical Centers. With her extensive healthcare experience, Carol serves as a knowledgeable resource to new and existing clients, helping to guide them through their accreditation and regulatory needs.