More Related to Sector Strategies: Health Care | Jobs for the Future (JFF)
Growing Tomorrow’s Nursing Workforce: New Paths to Professional Nursing
New Paths to Professional Nursing (NPPN), funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s New Jersey Health Initiatives program, demonstrates that it is possible to create a pipeline of nursing candidates who live in and resemble the communities they serve.
CareerSTAT Guide to Investing in Frontline Health Care Workers
The CareerSTAT Guide to Investing in Frontline Health Care Workers provides health care employers with strategies and a framework for investing in the skills and careers of frontline workers.
Implementing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
This report informs health care leaders, policymakers, and practitioners about the implications of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act for frontline workers, including changing skill sets and roles required to implement new models of delivering care.
Connecting the Dots: A Case Study of Transforming Care and the Frontline Workforce at Unitypoint Health-Des Moines
This is a case study of Iowa's UnityPoint Health and its effort to transform care, develop frontline workers, and fully align these objectives in its Des Moines hospitals and outpatient clinics.
Building Career Ladders in the Age of the Affordable Care Act
CareerSTAT's report, Building Career Ladders in the Age of the Affordable Care Act, documents how major New Jersey health care provider Jersey City Medical Center-Barnabas Health works with regional partners to develop its frontline workers.
Why We Need to Recognize America's Frontline Health Care Workers
Frontline workers in health care typically earn less than $40,000 each year. To address the increased need for health care services, we need to invest in the skills and career development of frontline health care workers.
Creating Career Pathways for Frontline Health Care Workers
Creating Career Pathways for Frontline Health Care Workers focuses on promising practices implemented across the country that help frontline health care workers get the skills they need to provide quality care and build a sustainable career.
The Resource Within: Today's Employees Become Hospitals' Workforce of the Future
To deliver more patient-centered care to an ever-increasing number of patients, hospitals must focus on the careers and skills development of all members of the existing workforce, not just doctors and other high-level professionals.
Attracting and Retaining Talent: Frontline Workers in Long-Term Care
America’s aging population is raising the demand for long-term care. To meet the rising demand of this expanding costumer base, long-term care facilities must give direct care workers the tools to advance their careers.
Bringing the Front Lines to the Forefront: A National Conversation on the Critical Need to Invest in Workers on the Front Lines of Health Care
In March 2010, JFF hosted two working meetings that brought attention to an often-overlooked issue central to the quality, access, and affordability of health care: not enough qualified workers to ensure quality care for an aging population.
How to Become a Health Care Employer of Choice by Investing in Your Workforce
To become a competitive health care organization in the post-Affordable Care Act enactment era, start investing in your frontline workforce.