Saint Luke’s Health System is committed to the health and safety of our patients, visitors, and staff. Effective Nov. 1, 2021, full COVID-19 vaccination is a condition of employment for all SLHS employees.

Though the COVID-19 pandemic forced every industry to take a step back to reevaluate its workforce and work models, the healthcare field in particular was clobbered by the public health crisis. With a workforce already beset with shortages and burnout before the pandemic, these issues have only amplified since 2020.

Despite these challenges, there are strategies leaders can implement to future-proof their organizations against the reduced staffing levels and burnout experienced during the pandemic.

Healthcare Executive talked to Julie Quirin, Chief Operating Officer and Senior Vice President of Saint Luke's Health System, about how Saint Luke's is strategically planning for the future.

Read the full Healthcare Executive article: Ready for What's Next: Future-Proofing the Healthcare Workforce

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