How To Empower and Engage Staff With an Intranet

By Jason Oshita | 5/16/17 11:00 AM

Happy employees result in a successful workplace. When staff is empowered and informed, your Depositphotos_24863797_original.jpgorganization and practice will thrive. To achieve this, you must find a way to first catch the attention of your employees and engage them in a way that shows them their work is appreciated. As an internal communications hub, your Intranet is a prime tool to reach your entire workplace quickly and easily – while still remaining personable. You can customize your content and the way you use your Intranet in a way that resonates best with your staff. Here are a few ideas to get you started.

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6 Time Savers Using Your Hospital Intranet - New eGuide

By Anne Sweeney | 8/30/16 11:00 AM

 

In a hospital setting, every moment is crucial. With a work day packed to the brim, it's imperative to have theScreen_Shot_2016-08-22_at_1.05.18_PM.png most efficient means of completing tasks, especially the smaller ones. Your Intranet can assist you in completing these tasks, making them simpler and quicker. The more time you save, the less stressful your day is. Read More >

Tips To Retain Hospital Staff

By Anne Sweeney | 7/26/16 11:00 AM

Hospitals, medical centers, and healthcare organizations incur some of the highest internal costs compared to other industries. That said, they are always on the hunt for innovative ways to reduce their internal costs, tighten their expenditures and minimize healthcare policy changes.

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Retaining a highly experienced and already trained hospital staff makes a positive impact on costs. Staff can range from doctors, surgeons, nurses, and even the housekeeping and cleaning department of the hospital. Retaining a skilled workforce will save a hospital thousands of dollars over a period of time. Activities like revitalizing or cleaning up computer equipment for the new staff member, training of new staff, and the potential costs of recruiting can affect a hospital’s bottom line.

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