The HR Strategy Workshop for Healthcare Institutions
The HR processes and workflows in the healthcare industry are much more complex than those in conventional institutions. In our workshop, we specifically address the peculiarities of this profession and analyse the actual situation of your particular company. Benefit from experienced moderators and best practices from over 120 healthcare projects.
Hospital human resource managers face special challenges as they operate in the complex and conflicting area between legislation, cost and quality:
The legal requirements for healthcare institutions are far more demanding. Many special cases have to be covered, such as fee-based work or the definition of clear specialist skill requirements. This complicates workflows and HR processes. Another challenge is the high cost pressure in the industry. Investments in modern HR structures have been held back in many companies, so hospitals often have higher administrative costs than companies in the private sector. A third hurdle are the high quality standards. In health care, a lot is at stake. Having the right staff in the right place at the right time can save lives. Strict HR guidelines are indispensable, but the focus on the needs of employees is often lost along the way. Furthermore, the heterogeneous needs of the different stakeholder groups, the doctors, nurses and the administration, must be met. And since many hospitals represent a network of experts in the broadest sense, decisions cannot simply be enforced.
We will gladly help you find a path through these complex and conflicting requirements, step by step:
Workshop (Deep Dive)
Recommendations for action
0.5 days preparation
0.5 days workshop
1 day post-processing and debriefing
CHF 5'000 excl. VAT
You can expect the following results from the workshop:
The workshops are conducted by experienced moderators with deep HR/process and IT knowhow. Benefit from the best practices from over 300 healthcare projects.
Make an appointment for the workshop today or contact Raphaela von Rohr to answer any further questions.