Best Practices to Staff Your Healthcare Team During a Crisis

Best Practices to Staff Your Healthcare Team During a Crisis

Given the unprecedented outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19), organizations in the healthcare space are in need of qualified employees across specialties and roles. Not only are hospitals overwhelmed with patients, but home healthcare agencies also need to fill more caregiver, CNA, registered nurse and other roles to care for high-risk individuals who are housebound. At the same time, many long-term care facilities are also facing an increased demand for frontline staff. 

During these uncertain times, it can be stressful and challenging to prioritize what is needed to to best support employees, patients and their loved ones, making sure everyone is safe and healthy. It’s important to focus on the best patient care possible while also ensuring you’re fully staffed with qualified, compassionate caregivers. 

We’re here to help make hiring easier on your team so you can focus on other critical tasks. Below, we’ve outlined several steps your team can take to streamline hiring and staff with the employees you need to navigate this crisis. 

Optimize and manage your job descriptions

The goal of any job description is to get prospective, qualified job applicants interested in joining your team. And now more than ever, it’s important to ensure job requirements and qualifications

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