Palliative care saved this hospital $2M in a year
The CSU Shiley Haynes Institute for Palliative Care has a proven track record of helping large and small healthcare organizations meet workforce training needs that help improve patient care and save money too.
Read this case study to learn how an Institute course helped a strategic team from a South Carolina hospital make the business case for palliative care by showing their palliative care pilot program saved the hospital $2 million in its first year.
Support your staff, build leaders, enhance efficiency, and improve care
Research shows that companies with strong staff development programs gain multiple benefits including better employee retention, increased job satisfaction, and enhanced team performance. These benefits are crucial for healthcare organizations serving people with serious illnesses. Learn how we can help you solve your critical workplace needs.
Take the first step: An expert assessment of your staff’s skills and training needs
Any successful workforce solution must be built around your goals, needs, and employees’ strengths and areas for improvement in serious illness care. To create a plan that’s best for you, we begin with an expert assessment that helps determine the best path forward for your organization.