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Joe Dicianno, Ph.D. Manager, Talent Management and Organizational Development
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Challenge: UPMC is operating in a healthcare environment that is incredibly complex and volatile based on a variety of external factors. In order to remain agile, innovative, and positively disruptive, the organization needs highly engaged, high-performing leaders and employees to successfully execute its mission, vision, goals, and related strategies.
Solution: UPMC administered surveys to all 80,000 employees across 20 different hospital systems, doctors offices, clinics, and long-term care facilities. UPMC followed a simple, prescriptive three-step engagement approach: Awareness, Action and Accountability. Local ambassadors focused on developing a positive culture across UPMC that supports organizational values; sharing best practices, as well as challenges; and holistically improving employee engagement.
Results: UPMC experienced an increase in overall favorability scores; the employee-engagement index (i.e., key engagement drivers); and overall participation, and hit an 80% engagement level. By building the employee-experience infrastructure, empowering HR business partners, and designing transparent communications, UPMC solidified its employee engagement strategy as a best practice both within and outside healthcare.
#1 Ranked Hospital in Pittsburgh
40 academic, community, and specialty hospitals
$20 Billion (2018)
A world-renowned health care provider and insurer, Pittsburgh-based UPMC is inventing new models of accountable, cost-effective, patient-centered care. The organization provides nearly one billion a year in benefits to its communities, including more care to the region’s most vulnerable citizens, than any other health care institution.
Gold Winner of the Brandon Hall
Excellence in Talent Management Award
“Best Advance in Employee Engagement.”