Professionals across industries and occupations are increasingly discussing artificial intelligence and its many applications, and the healthcare industry is no exception. AI is the latest and most fascinating trend to take the healthcare industry by storm. Plus, staffing is one of the areas most affected by the ongoing AI revolution, and keeping up with all the changes can feel like a monumental task.
Here are some quick insights about AI’s impact on healthcare staffing to help you stay on top of the discussion.
The superpower of any AI system is data analysis. Simply input the staffing variables you’re after — patient admission rates, previous staffing schedules and other elements — and let the AI do its work. It uses intelligent built-in algorithms to help you make proactive staffing and scheduling decisions based on actual evidence.
You make the final decision about resource allocation, but AI offers suggestions tailored to your organization’s needs. Want to cut costs? AI can help you discover the best times to reduce staff.
AI uses predictive analytics to forecast more efficient staffing schedules. This can actually have a bottom-up effect on the entire organization by enhancing overall productivity, reducing patient wait times and delivering better care outcomes. This is why successful AI integration is such a catalyst for transformation.
In addition, AI takes care of many of the routine tasks that staff members perform day-to-day. By automating the low-effort, time-consuming duties that healthcare professionals must perform, such as data entry, AI frees up talent and lets staff members focus on what's important.
No matter how efficient AI can be, healthcare will always revolve around people, and that includes the staffing process. Fortunately, you can partner with MedCerts to get access to highly-trained candidates to fill vacancies at your organization. MedCerts programs are designed to give students the skills they need to excel at in-demand careers.
For organizations struggling to make hires, MedCerts offers:
Industry connections that can open doors to leading professionals in your field
Personal support from the first consultation, and human expertise in the hiring process
Technology-focused and high-quality learning programs that bring new talent up to speed
Of course, AI is still in the developing stages. You can’t offload all your staffing challenges to AI just yet, and you certainly can’t do it without human supervision. A team like MedCerts, with experience working alongside AI in healthcare staffing, provides just the edge you need to keep going.
Healthcare staffing only grows more dynamic by the year. AI has shifted the industry forward, creating a need for innovative hiring methods. Healthcare organizations around the country must consider adopting a collaborative approach if they expect to remain competitive in the years to come.
Joining forces with MedCerts is one way to do that. MedCerts’s commitment to cultivating a network of professionals, and their forward-thinking adoption of AI staffing solutions, can enable you to traverse the present climate. Contact us today and find out how we can help.
As MedCerts National Director of Workforce Development, Jennifer Kolb is responsible for overseeing strategy and business development efforts at MedCerts with an emphasis on the k-career pipeline.
Prior to MedCerts, Jennifer served in several leadership positions at Tallo and Hawkes Learning where she built and lead sales and marketing, new product launches, technology development updates and an entire product relaunch to be ADA compliant.
Jennifer has spent a decade within the workforce industry working with educators, state leaders, business and industry officials, post-secondary institutions and grant organizations from across the country, all with the mission of bettering people's lives. Coming from a long line of educators and with a business-centered mindset, Jen is passionate about student success and cultivating creative strategies for ensuring all talent has access to educational and career-related opportunities.
Jennifer earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Marketing and Psychology with a focus in business management from Clemson University.