Reflections on human potential in healthcare
Revisit some of the key 2019 healthcare blogs spotlighting human resources, human capital management, workforce management, and nursing
Infor Healthcare remains committed to the mission of helping connect the business of healthcare with the mission of healthcare. Over the past year, we have posted numerous blogs covering a range of relevant topics—from human capital management (HCM) and nursing and workforce management (WFM), to supply chain management and moving beyond traditional systems.
This post reviews a handful of blogs from the the past year that focus on empowering people in healthcare.
HCM and WFM trends and topics from 2019
How HR and nursing can move beyond traditional systems
A clinically connected healthcare operations platform with embedded science differs from a traditional enterprise resource planning (ERP) software system as it closes the decision making and efficiency gaps healthcare providers and operators have typically had to bridge themselves. Being clinically connected means enabling caregivers to provide higher quality, more efficient care by breaking down the silos between the ERP and EHR—not just via data integrations, but through … Read more >
Healthcare HR emulates organizations outside of healthcare
I recently attended a Health Management Academy CHRO event and there was a strong acknowledgment that healthcare organizations are aspiring to be innovative like Disney, Zappos and even The Ritz Carlton. With a desire to break away from the traditional practices and elevate the employee experience to new levels, it’s no surprise that the healthcare industry is focusing on innovation … Read more >
Powering human potential in healthcare
Healthcare is, and always will be, a people business. And even as technology and other innovations have increasing impact and benefits across the care continuum, patients and the people who care for them will always be at the center of what we do. Our mission is to support connected health that drives better experience and outcomes for … Read more >
Doing what it takes to provide the best possible nursing care
I started my career as a new graduate nurse, on a medical surgical unit. My orientation was on Monday, I worked with a preceptor on Tuesday, and on Wednesday I managed care for 30 patients. It was evident from day three that thinking on my feet, prioritizing, improvising and working as a member of a team were crucial to success, which is defined as providing the best possible care for … Read more >
From nursing to tech and moving beyond the bedside to improve the quality of patient care
Nurses are instrumental in advancing healthcare technology because they use technology day in and day out that directly impacts patient care. They understand what it takes to improve the quality of patient care and how to deliver a better patient experience. Nurses know and “practice” best practices and live the nursing process … Read more >
More on healthcare
You can find more blogs on HCM, WFM, and other healthcare topics in the Infor Healthcare blog.
You may also be interested in a recent Infor article published by Health IT Outcomes discussing how to lead the healthcare workforce with data science.
– Erica Doherty, Industry and Solution Strategy Director, Infor Healthcare HCM
– Brian McKee, Industry and Solution Strategy Director, Infor Healthcare WFM
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