Midland Memorial uses predictive analytics to maximize nurse staffing

To improve staffing capacity, Midland Memorial Hospital in Midland, TX, uses predictive analytics. Hear from two executives, Bob Dent, senior vice president, chief operating officer and chief nursing officer, and Brandi McDonald, director of clinical operations, how the system creates value through higher patient experience scores, lower labor costs, less overtime and higher nurse satisfaction scores.

 

 

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