Health Care Reform and Its Effects on Hiring, Retention, and Pay [Ebook]

More than 19 million Americans have gained access to health insurance since Congress passed the Affordable Care Act in 2010, according to National Center for Health Statistics data. This significant increase in the number of people with insurance coverage and the ACA’s emphasis on preventive care have caused demand for health care workers across the U.S., and health care companies are scrambling to meet the rising demand for medical services.

This ebook takes an in-depth look at the shortage of health care workers in the United States and strategies health care companies can use to combat shortfalls. It examines:

  • The occupations with the highest demand, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics:
    • Nurse practitioners and physician assistants
    • Registered nurses
    • Medical assistants
    • Diagnostic technicians
  • Hiring, retention, and recruitment tactics that enable employers to better compete for workers
  • How an educational partnership can meet a company’s workforce needs
  • The connection between job satisfaction, competitive wages, and the ability to attract and retain employees
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