Tuesday July 12, 2022

How to Build Your Own Internal Agency Pool to Reduce Reliance on Agencies, Lower Costs and Meet Staffing Demands

Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2022  |  1:00 p.m. CT (2:00 p.m. ET)

Healthcare systems across the country face serious staffing challenges and many rely on third party staffing vendors to source staff, which results in a premium high cost. To address this challenge, Augusta University Medical Center decided to create their own internal agency to combat these high costs, ultimately lowering costs while filling the staffing demands. Augusta University Medical Center partnered with Healthcare Workforce Logistics to develop a strategic marketing campaign, as well as a seamless, automated workflow, to quickly hire and onboard contracted staff.

Join us to discuss with Christa D. Butler, MSM, BSN, RN, Director of Clinical Nursing Resource Management at Augusta University Medical Center; Noah Rees, Director of Business Operations at Augusta University Medical Center; and Jeff Niles, Executive Vice President at Healthcare Workforce Logistics on how to create your own internal agency pool while reducing reliance on agencies, lowering costs on premium pay rates and meeting staffing demands.

Objectives

  1. Learn how to create compensation and incentive plans that attract contract workers, while complying with HR and legal regulations.
  2. Learn how to attract, source, screen and onboard contract workers who are typically used to working for agencies.
  3. Learn how to leverage technology and market data to compete with agencies on pay and drive supply to your internal agency pool.

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Price

ASHHRA Member: FREE
ASHHRA Non-member: $25.00 FREE

Credit(s)

1 (CHHR, HRCI, SHRM)

Presenters

Christa Butler HS

Christa Butler, MSM, BSN, RN
Director of Clinical Nursing Resource Management
Augusta University Medical Center

 
Noah Rees

Noah Rees
Director of Business Operations
Augusta University Health Medical Center

Lauren Cabral

Lauren Cabral
Senior Vice President
Healthcare Workforce Logistics