turnover & compliance. Identify
& evaluate projects to help align
initiatives such as nursing,
quality & hospital operations.
Given that a number of variables that impact quality of care
in a healthcare setting, organizations must be able to study
the impact of individual nurse efficacy, potential, staffing
effectiveness in maintaining nurse-to-patient ratios, and any
patterns regarding nursing unit turnover and patient safety.
Greater visibility into these key areas can lead to
transformational changes in patient safety, as well as
improve efficiencies in areas such as the OR and ED.
Nurses provide a critical component of quality clinical care.
While human capital management (HCM) is used to attract
and hire potentially excellent employees, effective talent
management holds employees accountable to specific goals
and encourages continuous improvement and talent
development. One oft-cited study suggests organizations
with a low turnover rate have between a 20-28% better
adjusted mortality index and a 21-24% better severityadjusted
length of stay when compared to healthcare
organizations with moderate to high turnover rates (VHA,
Help manage Nursing productivity and turnover
Cost of rehiring trained 1-3 year tenured
high quality nurse is excessive and it
impacts clinical quality and patient
Value of 1-3 year tenure of nurses and impact on quality/ patient safety
Talent management programs and their
ability to retain tenure to 3 years results
in a 6 year average hold