As Omicron Surges, Healthcare Leaders Look to Prioritize Workforce Issues in 2022
While many industry leaders believed hospitals and health systems would have time to recover in 2022, the Omicron variant and global supply chain and labor shortages continue to fuel ongoing challenges. Despite these obstacles, healthcare organizations are proving to be agile, according to Syntellis Performance Solutions' 2022 CFO Outlook for Healthcare report, published today. The report reveals that while leaders are more confident in their ability to remain agile (90%), addressing workforce issues will be a major priority in 2022, with 70% of respondents focused on workforce optimization and productivity.
"The past year has shown healthcare organizations where the gaps exist in their financial, operational and management infrastructure, and what needs to be addressed," said Flint Brenton, CEO of Syntellis Performance Solutions. "Insights from the CFO Outlook report are key to helping leaders identify the most pressing issues facing the industry and determine how to overcome them. Despite the uncertain environment exacerbated by the ongoing pandemic, we see more healthcare organizations demonstrating flexibility and implementing the proper measures to keep moving forward."
Findings from the CFO Outlook for Healthcare report were pulled from a survey of 420 U.S. healthcare financial professionals. Other key findings of the report include:
Click here to view and download the full 2022 CFO Outlook for Healthcare report.
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