Maximize Staff Utilization Across Your Healthcare Enterprise
How the central coordination and management of resource pools can help you reduce premium labor costs and more effectively staff open positions

COVID-19 has placed America’s healthcare organizations under an unprecedented financial strain, with a total impact of $202.6 billion in losses between March 1 and June 30, 2020. To overcome these difficulties and return to financial viability, many healthcare leaders have reduced their most significant cost driver – human labor – which represented approximately 50% of total operating expenses before the pandemic.

At the same time, many organizations are struggling to respond to dynamically changing staffing needs, whether from Coronavirus outbreaks within their health network or from staffing shortages due to layoffs, reduced hours and furloughs.

More effective utilization of resource pools across your organization, health system or health care coalition is one key strategy that can help you reduce premium labor costs while improving your ability to staff your open shifts in an ever-changing environment.

Watch this to understand:

  • Clinical and financial impacts from failing to use resource pools effectively
  • Common implementation barriers and how to create buy-in among unit leaders
  • Critical components of a responsive, centralized workforce strategy


Manny Gagliardi

Managing Director of CTM, HealthcareSource


Alexa Rogers

Sr. Product Marketing Manager, HealthcareSource

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