Using staffing analytics to support optimal clinical resource scheduling across a safety net hospital system
Noreen Bridget Brennan, PhD, New York Health + Hospitals: Metropolitan, New York, New York, USA; Eileen Raftery O'Donnell, MBA/MIS, New York City Health + Hospitals, New York, New York, USA; Kerry Small Abbott, MSN, The Nash Group, Oak Lawn, Illinois, USA; Shawn Jennie-Elin Semedalas, BSN, The Nash Group, Oak Lawn, Illinois, USA
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Utilization of staffing analytics for planning, forecasting and scheduling in healthcare is subject matter that Nursing Leaders need to be adept at describing, understanding, translating, and creating. Once created, resultant measurable outcomes of staffing and scheduling can be researched along with quality metrics, staff engagement, forecasting, and financial models.
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