Achieving these outcomes is directly linked to an organization's ability to recruit and retain a highly-skilled workforce and to maintain physician relationships
Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) December 5, 2007
The human capital research firm Morehead will exhibit at IHI's 19th Annual National Forum on Quality Improvement in Healthcare Dec. 9 to 12, 2007 in Orlando, Fla.
Morehead's Vice Presidents of Business Development Robin Sanders and Brad Morton will be at the show to offer insight into reducing the uncertainty of managing an organization's workforce and physicians. They will discuss how Morehead's Surveys, Metrics and Solutions help leaders make better decisions, retain talented employees, and drive the performance of critical quality and economic outcomes.
"Achieving these outcomes is directly linked to an organization's ability to recruit and retain a highly-skilled workforce and to maintain physician relationships," said Sanders. "Having conducted extensive research across healthcare organizations, Morehead is well versed in helping healthcare leaders manage their human capital initiatives."
Show attendees will walk away with an understanding of how Morehead delivers evidence-based solutions and performance metrics that enable healthcare leaders to target and focus human capital initiatives, prioritize systemic change, inform work unit interventions, align employees with business strategies and improve physician relations, admissions and referrals.
Sanders has 14 years experience with leading organizations across the nation in employee opinion research, employee assessments, training and development. Morton has 14 years experience in healthcare and leads Morehead's physician satisfaction survey efforts.
Visit Morehead at the event at booth 1012. For more information on IHI's Annual National Forum on Quality Improvement in Healthcare visit http://www.ihi.org/IHI/Programs/ConferencesAndSeminars/19thNationalForumonQualityImprovement.htm
Morehead delivers human capital Surveys, Metrics and Solutions that enable leaders to (1) target and focus human capital initiatives, (2) prioritize systemic change, (3) inform work unit interventions, and (4) align employees with business strategies. Morehead's clients include healthcare providers, financial institutions, government agencies, universities, service providers, and manufacturers. For more information, visit http://www.moreheadassociates.com.
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