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Transition & Occupancy Planning

Healthcare Facility Move-in Assistance for Minimial Care Disruptions

Soyring’s extensive experience in hospital, outpatient, and clinic operational management—coupled with our planning experience—positions us ideally for assisting facilities during transition and occupancy planning for new spaces.

Soyring understands the complex considerations that need to be taken into account when preparing staff and patients for new workspaces. Changes in technology, operations, workflow, etc., often make for a rocky first few months after move-in. Soyring can assist in ensuring that transition and occupancy planning is thorough and that staff are considering all the implications of a new space and work process.

Our approach includes the following:

Development of Appropriate Operational Guidelines
  • Policies and procedures, protocols
  • Communication structures
  • Management metrics and benchmarks for success
  • Roles and responsibilities
  • Staffing plans
  • Scheduling planning (patients, staff, resources)
Training & Education
  • Proficiency across staff
    • Physicians
    • Nurses (clinical/non-clinical)
    • Technicians
    • Support staff
  • Logistics, materials, and policies
    • New policies and procedures
    • Space workflow
    • Placement of materials and supplies
      • By location
      • By PAR level/quantity
    • Teamwork, new staff onboarding
    • New equipment and technology
  • Program development
    • Identification of ongoing training needs
    • Development of training systems to meet needs
Human Resource Planning
  • Development of job descriptions
  • Evaluation of pay scales (particularly for new facilities)
  • Creation of hiring plans
  • Determine onboarding process
Mock Run-through
  • Open houses
    • Internal staff
    • Key stakeholders
    • Community
  • Scenario planning
    • Various patient diagnoses
    • Emergency preparedness
    • Care transition
    • Teamwork and communication
    • External integration (EMS, private physicians, discharge facilities)
  • Identification of opportunities (areas for improvement with solutions)

 

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