Ms Snoekie Mabena-Saleh - Partnering with your TES

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Partnering with TES Providers
Snoekie Mabena-Saleh
Allied Nursing Association of South Africa (ANASA)
FPNL & ANEC Conference 26 June 2014
Content
1.
Background and History
2.
ANASA and Members
3.
Why Partner with TES Providers
4.
Benefits of Partnering with TES Providers
5.
How to Partner with TES Providers
6.
Partners shared Responsibilities
7.
Conclusion
Background and History
ANASA – Allied Nursing Association of South Africa
 Non-Profit Organisation that was established on 27 November 1994 with the focus to
align the healthcare sector in that it Provides a platform for TES Providers to lobby,
network and represent in areas of common interest.
 Strives to be an Association representing member TES Providers who consistently
maintain high ethical and professional standards.
 Proud members of
Confederation of Associations in the Private Employment Sector (CAPES)
Ethics Institute of South Africa
ANASA Members
Why Partner with TES Providers
“If you hang out with chickens,
you’re going to cluck
And if you hang out with eagles,
you’re going to fly”
(Dr. Steve Maraboli)
Research - Current Healthcare
situation in South Africa
Global Shortage of Nurses
“Countrywide, 56 percent of doctor posts are vacant (14 351) and 46 percent (44 780)
of nursing jobs unfilled” Source: Online - Dailynews, 22 January 2013
Research - Current Healthcare
situation in South Africa
Source: New Age Newspaper article, 12 May 2014
Source: New Age Newspaper article, 12 May 2014
Research - Population
 Increased population growth
 SA’s total population last recorded at 53.0 million
people in 2013 vs 17.4 million in 1960
Source: http://www.tradingeconomics.com
Research – HIV prevalence
 Increased HIV/AIDS patients requiring health care
 Total number of infected South Africans 6.4-million;
 1.2-million more than in 2008
Source: Human Sciences Research Council's, National HIV Prevalence, Incidence and Behaviour
Research – Aging Workforce
Benefits of Partnering with
TES Providers
 Human Resource Management Solution
 Cost Reduction
 Pro-active Planning
 Reduced absenteeism rate
 Guaranteed quality nursing staff
How to Partner with TES Providers
 Service Provider Verification
 Understanding Business Operations
 Staff Retention
 Sustainability
 Conducive Working Environment
Partners Shared Responsibility
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Culture and Values
•
Education and Training
•
Orientation Programmes
•
Legislation
•
Safety and Security
In Conclusion……
“Nurses: A force for change – A vital resource for health”.
This was the topic of discussion for the 2014 Nurses day.
In closure it is our imperative joint duty to think strategically,
act ethically and lead professionally to elevate and improve
the standard of healthcare in South Africa.
Thank You
083 444 9227
[email protected]
www.anasa.org.za
ANASA_SA

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