Last Updated on May 23, 2023
How can leaders of these organizations prepare for new staffing requirements from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)? A new whitepaper, “How to Navigate Long-Term Care Staffing Amid New Regulations,” takes a closer look at the current challenges facing long-term care staffing. With a whopping 98% of nursing home providers experiencing hiring difficulties in 2022, this new white paper helps outline a course of action leaders can take to overcome them.
Understanding the Current State of Long-Term Care
Offered by the experts at CareerStaff Unlimited, the nation’s leading provider of healthcare staffing and workforce management solutions, the new whitepaper breaks down the complex issue of long-term care staffing into a few important areas. These include:
- Why industry observers expect LTC staffing requirements to continue to shift in the years to come
- The connection between staffing levels and the quality of care provided
- The connection between staffing levels and the safety of the patients, residents and members
- How understaffing is driving further workforce challenges, including a series of disruptive nursing strikes and the trend of “quiet quitting”
Understanding these important factors is a key step to meeting the escalating challenges facing long-term care managers. Additionally, such challenges for long-term care operators include a scarcity of labor and the growing cost of workers. The whitepaper, “How to Navigate Long-Term Care Staffing Amid New Regulations,” is designed to give leaders the insights they need to help ensure successful staffing in 2023 and beyond.
Preparing for New Long-Term Care Staffing Requirements with Healthcare MSP
Amid long-term care challenges, healthcare managed service providers can offer a series of benefits to healthcare organizations. These benefits can include getting more from your labor budget and cutting costs. In our new long-term care staffing whitepaper, we’ll discuss how strategies such as MSPs can help facilities cope with current staffing challenges and requirements to optimize overall operations.
With over 30 years of expertise, CareerStaff is a leading provider of Joint Commission-Certified healthcare workforce solutions. You can trust us to offer the insights your organization needs to weather changing long-term care requirements and healthcare workforce challenges. Learn more about how we can help your organization. Or, take a deeper dive into the issue by downloading our new white paper today!