AMD Global outperforms other groups in emergency medicine innovation, leadership, recruiting, physician retention, ER wait times, and throughput. Our staffing is a core mechanism in building a world-class infrastructure and a competitive workforce with abundant opportunities for professional and educational advancement.
We excel in our ability to maximize results and minimize resource consumption by using a strong combination of advanced healthcare technology, teamwork, and LEAN processes. Because no two ERs are alike, we leverage our nationwide networks and teams to identify the unique issues encountered by your facility and formulate innovative, transformative approaches to resolving them.
Recruiting and scheduling your ER staff to match variable patient demand is critical. Seventy-five percent of ER revenue dollars go toward staffing, and how well an ER adjusts staffing based on patient volume determines the profitability of your facility and ability to manage fluctuating volumes, whether seasonal or unexpected. ER operating budgets, staffing, and how well an ER adjusts staffing based on patient volume determines the profitability of your facility and ability to manage fluctuating volumes, whether seasonal or unexpected. ER operating budgets, staffing, productivity, and clinical outcomes are all interdependent, and AMD offers decades of collective experience to optimize ER human resource management.
To assess your staffing needs, we leverage data gathered
from your emergency department information system (EDIS) to calibrate your system infrastructure based on patient acuity, hourly arrivals, discharges, and overall volumes. We recognize and incorporate internal drivers, such as physician retention, and external drivers, such as patient satisfaction, along with a myriad of other short- and long-term variables to proactively assess your staffing requirements. AMD Global is one of the few staffing management companies to predictively assess changes in your facility’s patient volumes by keeping caregivers secured and on standby before they are needed.