Working with a managed service provider (MSP) is becoming standard practice for many hospitals, nursing homes, and other healthcare facilities. But as valuable as these services are, their usefulness depends on proper implementation. With that in mind, what should healthcare leaders understand about how to ensure successful MSP implementation?
A new white paper, How to Successfully Implement Healthcare MSP, explores this key question for organizational leaders. From account management to regulatory compliance expertise, there are eight essential factors to consider to ensure maximum return on investment and optimal workforce efficiency.
CareerStaff’s Guide to Successful Healthcare MSP Implementation
Amid growing workforce challenges, Healthcare MSPs perform an important service by helping facilities maintain optimum staffing, efficiency, cost savings and more. Additionally, MSPs can help automate key workforce processes and provide contingency staff to drive scalability. However, ensuring that these benefits are delivered means getting confirmation on a few key factors.
Components to Successful Healthcare MSP Implementation
During the discovery phase, leaders should make sure to request specific information on some key MSP components. Especially if using an RFP process, leaders should make sure to request detailed information on each of the following considerations:
- Technological expertise, adaptability and diversity
- Guidance and support on regulatory compliance
- The ability to understand and match your growth trajectory
- Top-level support for contingency staffing, and more.
Each factor is critical to solving key workforce challenges, and should be considered on upon MSP implementation. Connect with CareerStaff to explore how effective managed services can make all the difference in your workforce management strategy.
Or, download the white paper, How to Successfully Implement Healthcare MSP, for insight into all eight key considerations today!