Frontline Healthcare Worker Champions

The CareerSTAT Frontline Healthcare Worker Champion program recognizes organizations making significant investments in their frontline workers. Best practices of the Champion organizations and key insights on recruiting, developing and investing in frontline workers are presented in the CareerSTAT Guide to Investing in the Frontline Healthcare Workforce.

2018 CareerSTAT Frontline Healthcare Worker Champions

Champion Organizations

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Lebanon, NH

District 1199c Training & Upgrading Fund, Philadelphia, PA

East Alabama Medical Center, Opelika, AL

Washington Association of Community and Migrant Health Centers, Olympia, WA

Emerging Champions

Loretto, Syracuse, NY

Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System, New Orleans, LA

Staten Island Performing Provider System, Staten Island, NY

Frontline Healthcare Worker Champions

Representing 43 organizations across the country and the healthcare continuum, Frontline Champions are creating business impact by investing in the skills and educations of their frontline employees. While all CareerSTAT Champions are making significant investments in the skills and careers of their frontline employees, recognition is separated into Champion and Emerging Champion organizations.

Champion Employers

Emerging Champions:

Emerging Champions are organizations that are in the earlier stages of making investments in the skill and career development of their employees. They meet some, but not all, of CareerSTAT’s recognition criteria.

Employer Academy

CareerSTAT is operating an Employer Academy to help healthcare organizations implement and scale programs that develop their frontline workers. The Academy is a year-long learning experience with customized webinars, coaching, a two-day in-person session with peers and subject matter experts, and an industry-led community of practice. Selected organizations will receive free technical assistance on key issues including:

  • Making the business case for increased investment in frontline workers,
  • Developing infrastructure to sustain workforce programming,
  • Conducting impact analysis of workforce programs,
  • Developing or expanding strategic workforce development plans, or
  • Creating targeted frontline workforce programs.

Participants will receive technical assistance from peer organizations including CareerSTAT Champion Employers, national consultants and from the staff at the National Fund for Workforce Solutions. The Academy will draw from the CareerSTAT Guide, employer best practices, and other resources to help healthcare organizations advance frontline workers. During the Academy, each employer will develop or expand their organization’s workforce development plans and can apply for matching grant funds to support the work or cover related expenses.

The 11 participating organizations include:

More on the Employer Academy

Meet Select Champions