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  • Writer's pictureJulian Rives

How Hospitals Can Utilize Talent Mapping To Maximize Their Recruitment Efforts


Talent mapping is a recruitment strategy that allows hospitals to identify and understand the skills their organization needs to evolve.

Talent mapping helps you identify gaps in your workforce, develop strategies to address these issues and build a sustainable future for your organization. The key is identifying your most valuable assets; whether people or processes, talent mapping will help you find them! Finally, talent mapping allows companies to identify what their competitors are doing regarding hiring new employees or retaining current ones.


It's a time-saving tool that helps hospital HR teams attract the right talent for each role.

Talent mapping is a tool to identify holes in your workforce and the skills needed to fill those gaps. It's also helpful for ensuring you're attracting the right talent for each role, saving time in the recruitment process, and maximizing your return on investment (ROI).

Here are some ways hospitals can use talent mapping:

  • Identify gaps in your workforce by analyzing current employees' skill sets against job descriptions for open positions. This analysis will tell you if there are any holes in what your hospital needs from its employees or if there are too many people with similar skills within one department or position type (e.g., nurse manager). You'll be able to understand better which areas need more attention when hiring new staff members--and where additional training may be necessary so current employees have what they need to succeed at their jobs.

  • Identify skills needed by analyzing current employees' skill sets against job descriptions for open positions.

  • Save time during recruitment efforts by having pre-qualified candidates ready before posting advertisements online or elsewhere--and no longer needing multiple rounds of interviews just because someone wasn't quite right after all!

Hospitals can use talent mapping to identify workforce gaps and develop strategies to address these issues.

Talent mapping involves creating a detailed picture of the skillset required for each organizational role. By doing so, you'll be able to see any areas where your current employees lack specific skills or experience--and, if so, how best to fill those gaps with new hires. When developing strategies for addressing talent gaps as identified by talent mapping software:

  • Identify which gaps are most critical (e.g., staff members who don't have enough training)

  • Prioritize them based on how much they contribute to patient care

The key is identifying your most valuable assets to determine where to focus your efforts.

To do this, you need to look at the three main areas of hospital operations: nursing, administration, and support staff. Once you have identified where you need improvement in each area and what skills are required for those roles, it's time to make an improvement plan.


Using talent mapping can help hospitals attract suitable candidates and build stronger teams.

Talent mapping saves time, allowing hospitals to maximize recruitment efforts and make more informed hiring decisions. Hospitals are often under pressure to fill positions quickly and efficiently, which makes talent mapping an invaluable tool for optimizing recruitment efforts. Talent mapping allows you to look at the big picture when it comes to identifying gaps in your workforce, then develop strategies for addressing those issues--all while saving time and money on unnecessary searches.


Chapel Hill Solutions has been providing talent mapping services for nearly three decades and has helped hundreds of organizations to identify their most valuable assets and develop strategies for attracting and retaining them. If you want more information about how Chapel Hill Solutions can help your organization, call us today at (919)-928-1101 or email us at julian@chapelhillsolutions.com or contact us here.

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