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Staffing Long-Term Care to Meet the Demands of Increasing Acuity

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For provider organizations, staffing presents a challenge regardless of the care setting in question.

Long-term care providers are faced with a growing number of considerations because of changes in regulations, accreditation and quality initiatives, and the patient population.

At the same time, the population and the workforce are aging.

For long-term care providers, labor is the top source of operating costs, and managing these costs while striving to staff facilities with the best mix of people and skills to deliver high-quality care appropriate to the acuity levels of the resident remains a challenge.

It's not just a matter of reducing costs; providers need to better manage the existing workforce and equip workers with:

  • Tools to improve employee satisfaction
  • Simplification of time and attendance functions
  • Efficient scheduling and payroll processes
  • A Competitive environment to compete with local counterparts

Download this “Q & A” white paper to learn Judy Hanover's, a research director at IDC Health Insights, expert outlook on the role of long-term healthcare and growing average life span with effective workforce management.

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