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For the next few years, healthcare will add more jobs than any other industry.* With Oracle Modern Best Practice, you will be prepared by leveraging social, mobile, analytics, big data, and the cloud. Gain a holistic view of the entire institution to accurately identify workforce needs, quickly assess your talent pipeline, and understand employee turnover trends. Draw from a larger and more diverse talent pool by including social media, referrals, agencies, and in-house succession pipelines. Identify top prospects via multitiered automated screening tools. Find candidates with the skills that meet your needs today (NCQA and TJC credentials)—and in the future (telehealth and medical informatics).
*U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Economic News Release, December 2015.
Use workforce modeling and prediction to identify resource, budget, and statutory requirement needs. Ensure schedule coverage with credentialed staff. Authorize job postings and requisitions.
Leverage analytics, social media, referrals, job boards, and agencies to find candidates with the right credentials and experience. Also find candidates with the credentials (telehealth and medical informatics) to meet future needs.
Identify top clinician prospects using multitiered automated screening and assessment tools, such as clinical questionnaires and tailored behavioral assessments. Review candidate’s social activities, background, qualifications, employment authorization (including H1-B and green card), and certifications, such as NCQA and TJC. Determine desirable candidates and conduct interviews.
Select the new hire and electronically confirm the offer.
Use dashboards in a new hire portal to automate the completion of onboarding tasks including documentation, ongoing licensing board certification, and credentialing requirements, such as NCQA and TJC.
Equip new employees with modern resources to manage benefits, knowledge requirements, credentialing, and learning plans.