Nursing Shortage In USA
According to an article in the Nursing Times, The US Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that 11 million additional nurses are needed to avoid a further nursing shortage. Employment opportunities for nurses are projected to grow at a faster rate (15%) than all other occupations from 2016 through 2026.In the same context, we have invited Dr. Iman Abuzeid t0 this episode of the Hitechies Podcast.Dr. Iman Abuzeid is the Co-founder and CEO of Incredible Health, a career marketplace whose custom matching technology offers hospitals the fastest, most effective way to hire qualified permanent nurses in less than 20 days (the national average is 90 days).
- Hiring Process of Nurses and the bottlenecks
- Demand for Nurses in the US
- AI ( Artificial Intelligence) Algorithms biased in software
- The nursing shortage in the US
- Bias in healthcare
- Diversity in workspace
- Challenges with COVID 19
Incredible Health is on a mission to help healthcare professionals live better lives, and find and do their best work. Incredible Health is based in San Francisco, backed by top tier venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, and is used by hundreds of leading hospitals across the country, including HCA, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Stanford Health Care, Baylor Scott & White, and many more. Iman is a MD and holds an MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Incredible Health is the leading career marketplace for connecting hospitals to permanent nursing talent. The company recently launched a suite of free products to help nurses combat burnout and stress, furthering its
commitment to support nurses and help healthcare workers live better lives. This program, along with its free CEUs program, is even more impactful given the high-stress nurses and health professionals are experiencing during COVID-19.
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