A Navigant/HFMA study of provider executives about labor productivity, staffing shortages, and operating expenses
Clinician shortages are challenging hospital leadership to reduce labor costs, a new Navigant/HFMA analysis suggests. Addressing the shortage of these specialized positions presents healthcare workforce management challenges and is likely causing hospitals to project higher labor budgets in the coming year.
According to the survey of CFOs and operations execs:
The survey also suggests leadership is targeting labor, healthcare workforce management and supply chain productivity improvements to reduce hospital operating expense over the next 12 months.
Navigant analysis of HFMA survey data shows providers focusing on labor and supply chain productivity to reduce hospital operating expense
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The need to more effectively manage labor by staffing to demand will only intensify as operating margins continue to diminish, and as the pressure to enhance care quality and efficiency increases.”
Managing Director, Navigant