Staffing & Workforce Studies
This section offers administrators a broad look at the overall health of the healthcare industry including economics and workforce analyses.
2013 Healthcare Survey Results
This report is a compilation of results from a recent NSI survey of 3,541 hospitals (14.6% participating). These surveys contain information relating to the impact of the nursing shortage on hospitals, recruitment and staffing strategies, top CEO challenges and Healthcare Economics. Click the link below to read the full report and to learn how to receive an immediate return-on-the-investment, improve cash flow, enhance the bottom line and improve quality patient care services by converting contract nurses to hospital employed nurses.
Vacancy Creep Calculator (OPEN FIRST)
This calculator will help you forecast your RN vacancy rate post-recession. The current economic conditions have created a false lull in RN vacancies; which studies show can be twice as high post-recession.
Vacancy Creep Presentation (OPEN SECOND)
To meet these challenging economic conditions, hospitals have instituted a variety of labor cost saving measures (ie: downsizing, wage freeze, hiring freeze, benefit cost-shifting, etc.). These short-term strategies will have a long term impact on staffing, particularly given the nursing shortage.
2013 Nursing Workforce Report
This Report illustrates Executive Perceptions on the Nursing Shortage, The C-Suite’s Differences in Perception and Strategy, What RNs Think, the Cost of Turnover and RN Cost per Hire.
Travel Nurse Use Study
This report is a compilation of survey responses from over 317 hospital executives, comparing the use and cost of travel nurses to a hospital hiring nurses as their employees.
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Foreign Nurse Versus U.S. Nurse Recruitment Study
This report is compiled from survey responses from over 279 hospital executives. It compares the use and cost of foreign nurse recruitment to U.S. nurse recruitment.
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