WOBURN, MA--(Marketwired - Nov 3, 2016) -
The combination of quality-based reimbursement models and an ever-growing talent shortage for key roles is putting enormous pressure on healthcare organizations. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that by 2022 the U.S. will need 1.05 million more nurses than will be available in the workforce. In this environment, healthcare organizations need to invest heavily in core human resource and talent processes to remain competitive. GE Healthcare and HealthcareSource provide a complete portfolio of solutions focused on the worker, enabling clients to execute on long-term strategy and day-to-day tactics for achieving better workforce engagement and outcomes.
"Healthcare organizations are investing in technology to simplify recruiting and accelerate the performance improvements of their patient-centered workforce, which has a direct effect on increased reimbursement rates and improvements in quality of care," said J.P. Fingado, president and chief executive...