A strongly-supported workforce is essential to a successfully-transformed health care delivery system. Across the Adirondacks and North Country, we are working with our partners to address workforce needs to develop and implement successful strategies for recruitment, retention, and training.
- Recruitment and Retention Fund: Success of
health caretransformation requires appropriate staff where they are needed most. To assist partners in recruitment and retention of staff necessary to effect change, the Recruitment and Retention Fund was developed. The guidelines for submission and application can be found at Workforce Recruitment and Retention Fund.
- Training Fund: In order to support partner training needs to ensure staff is prepared for changes in health care delivery, the Training Fund was developed. The guidelines for submission and application can be found at
Training Opportunities and Resources
- Volume to Value: The Power of Data in Value-Based Payment – September 20, 2018
- 3RNet 2017 Academy – ongoing (use code AHI2017 when registering for free webinar access)
- Community Health Workers and Chronic Conditions – ongoing
- Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) Distance Learning Course – ongoing
- Value-Based Payment (VBP) Training Series – ongoing
- HealthStream Learning Management System – Access is for AHI PPS partner organizations. If you require assistance or would like additional information, please read the HealthStream flyer or contact [email protected].
- Training Sign-in Sheet
- Training Assessment Form
- DSRIP Metrics vs. DSRIP Programs
- Partner Career Opportunities
The Workforce Committee is responsible for the development, implementation and oversight of workforce activities to ensure the AHI PPS hires, retains and trains staff to support successful health-care transformation. The committee is the governing body for all workforce activities and includes representatives from each of our nine counties. Membership includes representatives from hospitals, primary care, long-term care, behavioral health, public health, education and training, and labor sectors.