MedCity News May 23, 2022
Kevin Day

By leveraging aligned interoperability partners, health systems can alleviate the inevitable pressures of IT personnel shortages and the strains that labor fluctuation puts on organizational technology transformation and growth.

Broad staffing challenges are a universal obstacle shared by many, especially amid an ongoing global pandemic. Finding talent and keeping positions filled has always been difficult, but Covid-19 was a catalyst for labor fluctuation to invade nearly every industry imaginable. Then came the Great Resignation, which left entire organizations with record-high personnel shortfalls.

The medical sector was not immune. In the past, health labor shortages were mostly due to limited nurses and clinicians in the job market, but the new wave of employee migrations swiftly carried into health organization information technology...

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Topics: Health IT, HIE (Interoperability), Technology
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