The consolidation in the healthcare industry is creating new and bigger HR related challenges. As health systems redefine their brands and clarify their strategies in this time of convergence, hospital executives have new struggles to conquer, from evaluating merger candidates to integrating them (including the nuances of integrating physician practices), to delivering meaningful benefits in cost effective ways.
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
2:00pm to 3:00pm ET
Please join us on January 22, 2014 at 2PM ET for a one-hour webcast to explore answers to the following:
What are issues behind the pension and other postretirement programs, union, time recordkeeping, culture, compensation disparities, etc. that may keep the transaction from succeeding?
Are compensation and benefits programs, including those for physicians, competitive, affordable, and reward the right behaviors for aligned performance and productivity?
Will the HR programs at the new organization fulfill the need to attract new employee types and retain existing employees?
What should the new organization look like; should it be redesigned?
Which culture do you want to keep or establish a new one?
Hector Mislavsky, Principal
Ephraim Sudwerts, Director
Kristian Brokaw, Manager
This webcast will be delivered in a group live - internet based format. This webcast will qualify for up to 1.0 CPE credit(s) in Accounting. Participants will need to log on from their individual computers to receive CPE credit. There is no charge to participate in this webcast; no prerequisites or advanced preparation required.
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