The staffing crisis in long-term care prevents providers from delivering the care that everyone expects, resulting in penalties, burn-out among remaining staff, closures and very angry patients, clients, and families.
This staffing crisis tears at the fabric of the local social safety net and places long term care and aging services providers under more pressure than ever before. In addition to the effects on the vulnerable individuals who require care and their families, the staffing crisis prevents hospitals from discharging patients and disrupts local economies and livelihoods. It’s a mess!
In this webinar, we will delve briefly into “how we got here”. Most importantly, we will offer concrete steps which can be taken by operators, managers, and regulators to alleviate this pernicious long term care staffing crisis.
Rather than pointing fingers, this program focuses on intelligent, effective responses, including sourcing, recruitment, and retention. We will focus on:
- Methods to engage with, and listen to front line workers
- Retention features that are often more important than pay
- The single most effective recruitment method
- What you need to know from an exit interview
- The three (3) specific steps government regulators can take to mitigate this crisis
Join us on Thursday 2nd June at 12:00 PM EDT for a webinar and open discussion with more examples and insight.
The staffing crisis is so disruptive that we need to respond urgently
Understanding the root causes of the problem allows thoughtful providers and regulators to design intelligent responses.
Many of these problems have been developing for decades, and the pandemic is the breaking point.
Long-term care in the United States and elsewhere is being compromised due to crisis-level staffing shortages in almost every market segment. In this webinar, we will delve briefly into “how we got here”. Most importantly, we will offer concrete steps which can be taken by operators, managers, and regulators to alleviate this pernicious long term care staffing crisis.
Smart responses, including sourcing, recruitment and retention, will be the focus of this discussion.
A Question-and-Answer period follows the 45-minute presentation for the exchange of ideas.
Join us on Thursday 2nd June at 12:00 PM EDT for a webinar and open discussion with more examples and insight!
This program has been approved for Continuing Education for 1 total participant hours by NAB/NCERS.
NAB Approval Code: 20230516-1-A83129-DL
To gain credit, attend this webinar and email us after the event to be marked with attendance.
Rather than pointing fingers or assigning responsibility, this program focuses on intelligent, effective responses, including sourcing, recruitment and retention.
The staffing crisis in long-term care is not only costly, but it also threatens the ability of providers to deliver care, resulting in nursing home closures and tears in the fabric of the local social safety net.
This webinar will help you learn more about:
- Methods to engage with all-important front-line workers
- Discover novel solutions to staffing that don’t require more pay
- Steps that government regulators can take for mitigation
- The single most effective recruitment method we know of
A Question-and-Answer period with long-term care specialist Irving follows the 45-minute presentation for the exchange of ideas.
When: Thursday June 2 at 12:00 PM EDT.
LONG-TERM CARE SPECIALIST:
With decades of experience, Irving Stackpole is the President of Stackpole & Associates, Inc., a marketing, research, and sales training firm. Founded in 1991, Stackpole & Associates applies scientific marketing principles to develop practical solutions to clients’ challenges. Stackpole & Associates works collaboratively with clients to create innovative and practical solutions to the challenges facing organizations in the rapidly changing long-term care markets.
“We measurably improve relationships among providers, consumers and intermediaries in seniors’ housing and care.”
Whether you are a decision-maker for a nursing home, assisted living or other senior care organization, attend this webinar to hear an open discussion about how we got here, what needs to happen now, and what the long-term care of the future should look like.
This session will be recorded, including participants’ questions and answers, and will be made available to participants after the webinar for further review and sharing.