Workforce Advisor

Summer 2016

Changes in the healthcare industry over the past several years have elevated the role of the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO). The scope of influence for the typical CHRO is rapidly expanding beyond hiring, retention, culture, and benefit issues to encompass additional responsibilities for workforce development, predictive analytics, patient safety, and even revenue. Trailblazers in this field are finally making the long-awaited transition from “HR Executives” to “Healthcare Leaders.”

In this issue of the Healthcare Workforce Advisor, we look at some of the ways Chief Human Resources Officers (CHROs) are expanding their influence in today’s healthcare organizations. Articles include:

  • Executive Letter

    The Role of the CHRO Has Never Been More Important

  • Feature Article

    Counting Heads or Filling Beds: What Is HR’s Role in Revenue Generation?

  • Feature Article

    Want to Make Real Strides in Employee Engagement and Retention? Use Stay Interviews!

  • Feature Article

    HealthStream Living Lab: Bon Secours Is Changing Its Approach to Annual Mandatory Training for Nurses

  • Under the Microscope

    Moving the Needle on Clinical Quality with Coaching: An Interview with Melissa Wurm, Coach, HealthStream Engagement Institute

  • HealthStream100

    Healthcare and Politics: Who’ll Be the Best Candidate for the Industry?

  • Product Innovation

    A Digital Prescription for Hospital Compensation Planning

  • Expert Opinion

    Revealing the Hidden Talent in Your Organization: An Interview with HealthStream’s Brittney Wilson, BSN, RN

  • Get Engaged with HealthStream

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