Understanding the Impact of Workforce Strategy on Surgical Performance

Many Health Systems still define the performance of their surgical services based on measures of volume. Yet most volume- and effort-based metrics miss important factors like clinical and financial outcomes and, crucially, the workforce resources required to drive those results. In this webinar, we’ll argue for a re-defined, activity-based and outcomes-driven approach to measuring productivity in Surgical Services that may change how you think about your operational scorecard.

Use Data to Connect Clinical Workforce Strategy to Financial and Clinical Outcomes

By watching this recording you will learn how to:

  • Examine the flaws in the current approaches to measuring workforce effectiveness,
  • Understand what an activity-based approach means and how it can work to highlight Surgical Services performance across all resources involved in the operative process,
  • Determine the composition of data required to truly measure this level of performance and productivity,
  • Pin point the potential organizational and cultural challenges associated with this approach.

 

OpenTempo InsightsTM

At OpenTempo, our Insights platform pulls together data from across our advanced scheduling capabilities and synthesizes it with data from your disparate sources. We use that data to create actionable insights that pinpoint costly shifts, locations, or times of day, allow you to make real-time intra-day decisions, and highlight how to improve productivity without compromising patient care. Our core scheduling system then helps you put the necessary changes into action. For more information, visit: www.opentempo.com/solutions/healthcare-workforce-analytics/

The Thought Leadership Series is sponsored by OpenTempo – the market leader in solutions for Clinical Workforce Management and Optimization. The Thought Leadership Series highlights topics of relevance presented by industry resources or OpenTempo experts to expose innovative ideas that help Healthcare Organizations improve performance.