June 29, 2022
Medical Talent Management IT
Medical Talent Management IT

 

Talent Management (T.M.) constitutes a modern and emerging research area in Human Resources Management (HRM). Using a systematic literature approach, we searched in Talent Management literature in the healthcare sector context. We conclude that the number of related studies is minimal.

Talent management is an ongoing process that attracts and retains great people, develops their skills, and continuously motivates them to improve performance. The main purpose of talent management is to create a motivated workforce that will work with the company over the long term.

The data collected during the interview was analyzed according to the methodology mentioned above to arrive at conclusions including the theoretical and practical implications of the proposal form, a list of talent management practices suitable for healthcare institutions, and future research directions.

Now, high scores in the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Health Care Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) patient surveys result in higher government reimbursements to health care institutions, giving patients significant ability to influence the profitability of health care providers. Given that most healthcare companies are experiencing a talent shortage in areas such as nursing and IT, these organizations provide ongoing training and development to their staff to drive retention and provide positive and compliant experiences for patients. It is important to provide.

Many healthcare clients, such as Mount Sinai Hospital, New York Presbyterian Hospital, Sanford Health, and WellSpan Health, are putting talent initiatives at the forefront of their strategies to remain competitive amid rapid industry change.

The purpose of this paper is to analyze various programs for managing the talents of medical staff in public hospitals in Kenya, which is the case of Kenyatta National Hospital. The study objectives detailed the following independent variables: The availability of career development opportunities, the nature of the work climate and learning, the level of training and development opportunities available, the attractiveness of rewards and benefits.