DALLAS, TEXAS (Jan. 12, 2016) – Executives from Clinical Magnet, the industry’s only workforce planning provider exclusively focused on the clinical hiring needs of healthcare organizations, and HRO Today, a leading publisher and producer of events for senior-level human resources executives, will present research findings from an in-depth study examining the effects of hospital staffing on occupancy rates, patient care, satisfaction and wellness programs Thursday at the People in Health Care Summit in San Diego.
Travis Furlow, president of Clinical Magnet, and Elliott Clark, CEO of HRO Today, will discuss the key findings from the survey titled “HR in the ER” which polled respondents on the correlation between human resources and hospital revenue. The presentation is scheduled for 9 a.m., Thursday, Jan. 14, at the Hilton Del Mar Hotel.
“We are pleased to release our findings at the People in Health Care Summit,” Furlow said. “We believe the study provides solid evidence that the human resources function, whether internal or outsourced, plays an important role in the overall success of hospitals.”
“HR in the ER” study participants included HR and hiring managers, directors and vice presidents from hospitals nationwide.
Clinical Magnet’s parent company, Supplemental Health Care is the Diamond Sponsor of the People in Health Care Summit and the sponsor of the panel presentation.
About Clinical Magnet
Clinical Magnet, a subsidiary of Supplemental Health Care, focuses solely on Recruitment Process Outsourcing for the healthcare industry. Clinical Magnet partners with healthcare facilities and systems to provide hiring resources and RPO plans to deliver qualified staff at a cost-effective price. The company also provides a convenient way for clinicians and staff to find a new job and receive ongoing career support through innovative technology. For more information visit www.clinicalmagnet.com.
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