Hybrid Healthcare

The hybrid healthcare challenge

The image of healthcare workers in full PPE fighting the virus "on the frontline" swiftly became synonymous with the sector. But to ensure those on the frontline could deliver the highest quality care, they needed equipment, scheduling, and much more.

The administrative workforce, many of which shifted to remote operation during the pandemic, have continued to be a vital service throughout the global crisis.

As we begin to embark on the 'new normal' many healthcare organisations are choosing whether to bring the workforce back or to adopt some degree of remote working.

  • What are the challenges of hybrid working?
  • How does hybrid working look for the healthcare sector?

National Health Executive, alongside our partner EPOS has created a guide that looks into how hybrid working can help to address the vacancy crisis and what is needed for healthcare to accommodate hybrid working. Complete the form below to download the full guide.

Download and read the full findings in our exclusive whitepaper report to learn more.

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