Our vision at Incredible Health was built on our sheer determination to help an underserved group like nurses find and do their best work. Given the recent social justice efforts, we’re more steadfast than ever to carry out this vision with every hospital we work with. It’s time for action: in my letter to the Incredible Health team, I detail our specific action plan for social justice. I hope this is a resource for other leaders to drive change in their companies and communities.
Here are more steps we’re taking to realize our vision and deliver a top notch technology and service to hospitals hiring nurses:
Driving quality, not just quantity when hiring nurses
Last month we announced the addition of specialized skills on candidates’ profiles. We heard from healthcare employers how critical it is to have complementary resume details to expedite the sourcing process. As recruiting teams strive to hire specialized nurses, this feature gives them the confidence they’re recruiting the right talent. You can learn more about how we’re helping to tackle these industry challenges by watching our recent conversation with the Bloomberg team.
Also, as part of our commitment to presenting quality nurses, we are helping nurses continue to grow through our free online nursing continuing education units (CEUs). Since we launched in late-March, we’ve had over 30,000 new nurses join our network!
More recruiter efficiency with automatic references
We recently added Candidate References to the talent profiles, including the references’ contact information. By having access to references upfront, we’re supporting recruiters and hiring managers with another critical step that accelerates the hiring process.
Finally, we are thrilled to announce that Incredible Health has won the Gold Stevie Award for Startup of the Year in the business services category, and the Silver for Healthcare Technology solution! This would not be possible without our Incredible Health clients, users and supporters. It is a privilege to serve thousands of hospitals and nurses across the United States.