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In times of great challenges – better transparency through the Oberender personnel analysis tool

The general conditions in our clinics have changed significantly. The regular increase in structural requirements, the exclusion of the nursing budget from the DRGs and the increasing number of collective wage agreements for relief are creating a narrow framework for action in hospital management.

28. June 2023

In times of great challenges – better transparency through the Oberender personnel analysis tool

Marcus Ries

A sense of fundamental lack

This feeling was reinforced by the COV-19 pandemic. Thus, in many areas of hospitals and clinics, there is a sense of shortage that is experienced by everyone involved in day-to-day operations – whether nursing staff, physicians, administrators or patients.

Hardly a day goes by without a new report on the subject of skills shortages, overwork & Co.

From breaking news to a real assessment of the situation

Die Rahmenbedingungen in unseren Kliniken haben sich deutlich verändert. The regular increase in structural requirements, the exclusion of the nursing budget from the DRGs and the increasing number of collective wage agreements for relief are creating a narrow framework for action in hospital management.

Transparency leads to possible solutions

A structured personnel analysis can provide the necessary transparency between performance and the number of personnel available.

We have developed an analysis tool for this purpose that works with standardized key figures. A structure based on service types provides the necessary flexibility. We can evaluate almost all performance areas in a quick check.

If desired, we can then conduct a differentiated analysis of the conspicuous features that have been made visible (performance in relation to the number of personnel available).

A procedure that saves the institution time and money, provides clarity and opens the space for further structured and goal-oriented steps.

Our multidimensional approach promotes exchangeOur multidimensional approach promotes exchange

  • Starting with a productivity analysis, we get an initial overview.
  • The performance evaluation that then follows refines the picture.
  • Optional supplementary interviews conducted on-site or virtually, go into detail about the individual structures of the areas to be analyzed.
  • A comparison with the service models and the real workplaces to be provided is also possible.

From the question “How much is too much?” we move to “How much is doable?”

In the past, personnel analyses were often concerned with possible staff reductions, but today they are increasingly concerned with the question of what can be achieved with existing personnel. Clear specifications of the PpUGV or the PPP-RL influence the performance planning.

Here, too, we can quickly provide answers based on our analy

As a result, the specifications are to be complied with

Our analysis tool takes into account all current requirements that influence the personnel structure.

Our goal is a sustainable improvement of the personnel dimension. The transparency and traceability of our analyses support this.

Is that what you want for your facility?

Then let’s talk about how we can create more transparency for you and your facility. Our team from the competence area Human Resources Management is looking forward to hearing from you.

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Marcus Ries

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