Deployment of Staff
Aim: Deploy healthcare workers in a manner that is most optimal to care delivery.
Task Force Recommendations Address:
- Promote areas of consensus
- Outcome-focused data
- Value of staffing committees
- Changing nature of healthcare and worker preferences
- Transparent sharing of best staffing practices
- Pathways and support structures
- COVID-19 Spotlight
If you are interested in learning more about this work from task force leaders, we encourage you to check out this Caring for the Caregiver webinar.
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