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  • What You Need To Know About Admins Week, Engagement and HCAHPS Posted 2 weeks ago
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  • School at Work Packs RoI Punch Posted 3 months ago
    TriHealth is a long-time customer and a top integrated health system in Cincinnati boasting over 10,000 employees.  We'd like to share with our readers the most extensive Return on Investment study of School at Work that we've seen in our 11 years of focus on healthcare workforce development!    Three programs were evaluated by TriHealth:  Patient Care Assistants; School at Work (SAW) participants; and Health Career Cohorts participants.  If you're looking for outcomes, look no further.   The study begins by stating its purpose: "The goals ...
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