Navigating the Great Resignation: Rebuilding the Healthcare Labor Force and the Challenges Ahead
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Industry experts share strategies for maximizing labor and patient volume during staffing shortages while simultaneously reducing labor costs. This session provides cancer programs and practices with a practical framework built around the hard truths facing today’s workforce.
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The ACCC Alternative Payment Model Coalition is supported by Merck & Co, Inc and Takeda Oncology.
Matt Dane, DNP, MBA, RN
Vice President of Einstein II
Hallmark Health Care Solutions
Matt Dane, DNP, MBA, RN, is Vice President of Business Development for Einstein II. In this role, he leads market expansion for the Einstein II solution by providing health systems and hospitals nationwide with a total contingent workforce management system. Einstein II connects health systems directly to the available nursing workforce, no matter the employment model – direct hire, freelance, gig economy worker or contractor from an agency. Our total solution ensures organizations get the nurses they to meet demand as well as drive down premium labor costs.
Matt has 17 years of nursing experience, serving 13 of those years in nurse leadership roles.
He most recently served as the Chief Nursing Officer at Baptist Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospital in Memphis, TN. Previously, Matt was Associate Chief Nursing Officer at Baptist Memorial Hospital Memphis where he was instrumental in the successful implementation of Einstein II.
Matt has a Doctorate of Nursing Practice from The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, a Master’s of Science in Nursing from Loyola University of New Orleans, a Master’s of Business Administration from The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from Baptist Health Sciences University.
VP of Workforce EII IRP
Hallmark Health Care Solutions
Jennifer Firmalan, MSN RN, is Vice President of Workforce for the Einstein II Internal Resource Pool (EII IRP) solution. In that role, she leads EII IRP strategy development and technical implementation to help HHCS clients build and optimize their nurse float pools and enable them to scale up and down to meet department and patient needs.
As a nurse manager at Mt. Carmel Health System, Firmalan was instrumental in the implementation of EII IRP to power their in-house float pool program – FlexChoice. And as that program grew, Jennifer became one of its biggest champions. She subsequently worked for other health systems, including Munson Healthcare, where she led the design, implemented, and managed the system wide program responsible for decreasing agency spend across 8 hospital locations, outpatient clinics, and specialty areas by implementation of a technology driven Internal Resource Pool.
At HHCS, Jennifer leverages the full breadth of her experience to help hospitals and health systems execute successful contingent workforce programs that can ensure recruitment and true staffing sustainability into the future.
Jennifer received her Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from Chamberlain College of Nursing and her Master’s Degree Nursing Education from Ohio University.
Meagan O’Neill (Moderator)
ECG Management Consultants
Blending her policy background and analytical expertise, Meagan helps clients take advantage of opportunities in their markets to improve the delivery of healthcare. Meagan’s experience with strategic initiatives across the healthcare industry helps her clients gain a comprehensive understanding of the issues they encounter and identify actionable and lasting solutions.
Meagan has over 12 years of experience working in consulting and project management for healthcare organizations. At ECG, Meagan assists providers with strategic and financial planning on initiatives related to service line development, organizational restructuring, and business and affiliation planning. Meagan’s detailed understanding of key service lines, combined with her systems-level work on broader strategic initiatives, enables her to approach the complexities of program planning from a health system viewpoint.
Meagan is a leader in the firm’s Oncology practice and has led dozens of oncology engagements spanning a broad range of project types, including planning, affiliations, transactions, physician alignment models, and financial analyses. She is passionate about helping cancer organizations navigate the challenges of a rapidly evolving field and evaluate opportunities that will ultimately lead to more sustainable and successful programs.