CAH CFO-Administrator Forum Webinar: Strategies for Recruiting and Retaining Top Talent in 2022 + Provider Relief Fund Reporting
The goal of the CAH Forum is to help CFOs, CEOs and financial administrators of Critical Access Hospitals around America connect and work with one another. By sharing knowledge and ideas through webinars like this one, presented by four professionals from REDW, they are working to build a strong network of small hospitals providing essential care in rural America. And REDW is proud to support their efforts.
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|What:||Webinar on “Strategies for Recruiting and Retaining Top Talent in 2022 + PRF Reporting|
|When:||July 28, 2022 | 11:00 am CT|
|Cost:||Forum membership is FREE, plus one participant wins a raffle gift at each Forum presentation|
Christopher Tyhurst, CPA
Claire Hilleary, CPA
Four Financial and Business Advisory professionals from REDW will share some important lessons learned on the 3 R’s—Reporting, Recruiting and Retention—that will particularly resonate with rural healthcare facilities in these COVID-impacted times.
While vital to their survival, the Provider Relief Fund (PRF) and American Rescue Plan (ARP) Rural Distribution programs went through a series of clarifications and changes that have proven to be problematic when it comes to reporting and compliance. Chris Tyhurst and Claire Hilleary from REDW’s Audit & Assurance practice will discuss common pitfalls for providers and offer considerations that will help to ensure their compliance moving forward.
Another unique challenge healthcare employers now face is in attracting and retaining top talent. While some have dubbed the past two years “The Great Resignation,” the leaders of REDW’s Human Resources Consulting practice, Cristin Heyns-Bousliman and Carol Cochran, have come to regard it rather as a “Great Negotiation.” These days, talented candidates are seeking more than a traditional employment relationship, and compensation may also require a more creative use of base, incentive, and specialty pay strategies. Cristin and Carol will share new ways Critical Access Hospitals should approach recruiting, retention and compensation in this brave new world.