Creating Exceptional Employee Experience from Day 1: A Strategic Advantage

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According to the Association of American Medical Colleges, the U.S. faces a shortage of up to 122,000 physicians over the next 12 years. And, despite a 15% increase in the number of nurses by 2026, the country will still need an additional 203,700 new RNs each year to fill newly created positions and offset retirements, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data demonstrates that retaining experiences, productive clinicians – and hiring the best new recruits – is a strategic advantage. This means that it’s more critical than ever for healthcare organizations to deliver an efficient employee experience on day one and to create better digital workspace experiences. Read this paper for more information.