Employee Training

COVID-19 and Cybersecurity – Part One – Training and Technology

by Richard Mackey, Senior Vice President, Information Technology and Joe Messina, Senior Director, Infrastructure, Intalere In healthcare, cybersecurity is a key component of a provider’s operational infrastructure.  Hospitals, clinics, surgery centers, long-term living centers and many others in the healthcare industry have fallen victim in the past to ransomware attacks or data breaches.  Unfortunately, as […]

Lessons in Preparation and Proactivity in Nutrition Operations

By Eric Eisenberg, Director of Dining Services, Rogue Valley Manor and Roseann Hoeye, Nutrition Advisory Specialist, Intalere In any sort of disruptive situation, the ability to successfully respond is quite dependent on proactive preparation initially, as well as swift and definitive decision making and the ability to adapt as circumstances most certainly change. The situation […]

Tips on Workforce Optimization and Productivity in Times of Crisis

By Stephanie Dorwart, CEO Altius Healthcare and Marshall Busko, Sr Director, Executive Advisory Solutions, Intalere As the crisis around COVID-19 continues to affect every aspect of our daily lives, we are finding that organizations, in healthcare and otherwise, are falling into three categories during this pandemic in terms of Workforce Optimization and Productivity: Frantic and […]

Intalere Member Best Practice Spotlight – Coastal Carolinas Health Alliance (CCHA) Regional SANE Training Program

Issue Considering the most recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau, there are approximately 185,468 sexual assault victims residing in southeastern North Carolina, however, there are limited practicing Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANEs) due to vicarious trauma, funding barriers and burnout. For adult victims, the lack of SANEs results in untrained nurses completing their sexual […]

Intalere Member Best Practice Spotlight – Certified Nurse Aide Training Program for Arbutus Park Retirement Community

Issue Arbutus Park Retirement Community (APRC) had a shortage of qualified applicants to fill open positions for Certified Nurse Aides (CNAs), which was discovered to be a regional and national issue. Solution APRC created a CNA Training Program that would not only benefit APRC, but the community as well. An in-house training instructor with previous […]