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partnerships to growing a healthcare workforce

Partnerships to Growing a Healthcare Workforce

Patricia M. Noga, RN, MBA, CNAA

Sr. Director, Clinical Affairs

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allied health professions in greatest demand
Allied Health Professions in Greatest Demand
  • Radiation Therapists
  • Respiratory Therapists
  • Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
  • Surgical Technologists
  • Radiological Technologists
  • Medical Laboratory Technologists
  • Pharmacists
  • Nuclear Medicine Technologists

(The Boston Foundation, 2006)

allied health professions with highest vacancy rates at ma hospitals
Allied Health Professions with Highest Vacancy Rates at MA Hospitals
  • Physical Therapist 9.5%
  • Physician Assistant 9.0%
  • Occupational Therapy Asst. 8.0%
  • Occupational Therapist 7.0%
  • Medical Record Coder 6.5%
  • LPN 6.5%
  • Ultrasound Tech 6.0%
  • Physical Therapist Assistant 6.0%
  • Staff Registered Nurse 6.0%

(MHA, February 2006)

health careers academy
Health Careers Academy
  • College preparatory high school  for Boston students exploring careers in the health professions and related fields
  • Collaboration with 3 hospitals
  • Health Engagement Coordinator
    • Links classroom with the real world
    • Resource to students
    • Works with teachers to integrate concepts into the classroom
metrowest community health care foundation
Metrowest Community Health Care Foundation
  • Partnership of area nursing leaders to address nursing shortages in 25-town service area, including 4 hospitals
  • Nurse Power multifaceted campaign
  • Educational booklets to 300 sites, shopping mall kiosks, scholarship applications
  • Health profession career days, internships, Nurse Power lunches, Nurse Power Club after school program
worcester technical high school
Worcester Technical High School
  • Allied Health & Human Services program
  • Long standing partnership with St. Vincent’s Hospital for externships, on the job training, licensure/certification, employment
  • Instructor in high school oversees partnership program with St. Vincent’s
  • School based health care center clinicians role model, integrate concepts into classroom
baystate health springfield public schools educational partnership bsep
Baystate Health/Springfield Public Schools Educational Partnership (BSEP)
  • Goals:

1. build relationships with motivated and

capable students

2. guide these students' experiences and

academic paths towards careers in the

medical field

  • Large focus on academic foundation and employability skills
baystate health springfield public schools educational partnership bsep14
Baystate Health/Springfield Public Schools Educational Partnership (BSEP)
  • Training programs: CNA, lab assistant, phlebotomist, health information tech
  • Success with initial large group programming, then job shadowing and internships for those interested in a profession
  • Hospital driven program:
    • “We went out to the schools”
    • “How can hospitals work better with schools?”
    • Both are complex, have own agenda
trends in school hospital partnerships
Trends in School-Hospital Partnerships
  • More organized partnerships forming
  • College prep programs trying to include vocational prep and vocational prep trying to include college prep
  • More focus on trying to figure out how to better prepare students for chosen career pathway
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Trends in School-Hospital Partnerships
  • Career Academy – national network emerging
  • Hospitals supporting employees in ascending chosen career pathway, i.e. “pipeline programs”
  • Challenge: how to facilitate & support student employee to work & to attend school
how to partner with a hospital
How to Partner with a Hospital
  • Designate “point person” or liaison at your school
    • Teacher with interest
    • Health Teacher
    • Teacher with health background
    • School Nurse
    • Career specialist
    • Guidance Counselor
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How to Partner with a Hospital
  • “Point person” or liaison at your school
    • Talk the language of health care professional &

language of educator

    • Function as gatekeeper
    • Match students with a hospital experience
    • Ideal to have health background
    • Resource to teachers for integrating health careers and topics into the classroom
    • Identified as the resource by students
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How to Partner with a Hospital

3. “Point person” or liaison at your school

  • Contact hospital Human Resource Department for identified resource
    • Human Resources
    • Workforce Development
    • Organizational Development
    • Community Health
    • Volunteer Department
    • Professional Development Departments
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How to Partner with a Hospital

4. Point person/liaison at your school

  • Develop relationship with hospital contact
  • Begin to collaborate on developing a program that will benefit both school and hospital communities
  • Learn each others culture
  • Meet on regular basis to sustain the relationship and work toward goals
  • Network with other schools and hospitals to benchmark, share approaches, enhance your work
  • Encourage expanding partnerships
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