Amid the worst staffing shortage in decades, 60% of nurses and 20% of physicians say they’re planning to leave their professions as a direct result of the well-being impacts caused by COVID-19—a sea change that will cost hospitals $137 billion dollars in turnover costs.
For HR leaders at hospitals and health systems, the challenge is clear: mitigate staff turnover to help preserve high-quality patient care. To do so, hospitals must invest meaningfully in healthcare workers’ physical, emotional, and financial well-being, and there’s no more urgent starting point than their commute.
In this 45 minute webinar, Jon Sadow and Rachel Buck, Chief Growth Officer and Head of User Experience at Scoop, the nation’s largest enterprise carpool and commute solution, will discuss data and findings showing why HR leaders of the nation’s top hospitals and healthcare systems have discovered how addressing the healthcare worker commute boosts retention and improves patient outcomes. Join Jon and Rachel to learn:
• How COVID-19 exacerbated the healthcare worker commute and why that directly affects patient care and hospital and health systems' bottom line
• The proven benefits to healthcare workers’ physical, emotional, and financial well-being that come with making commute benefits essential
• What hospitals and health care systems can do today to solve for the commute to improve safety, reduce stress, and boost employee retention, all while managing parking supply and demand for staff, patients, and visitors