This publication from the National Agency for Health and Medico-Social Performance (Anap) gives the keys to understanding, adjusting and successfully implementing teleworking in health and medico-social establishments. It is accompanied by a guide, a mapping tool for professions eligible for teleworking, and a model collective agreement and teleworking charter.
If the health crisis has transformed our way of working, placing teleworking at the heart of new organizational standards, the implementation of teleworking must however be done within the framework set by the regulations, in agreement with the teams, after having evaluated the tasks teleworking and the modalities of implementation. The specificities of healthcare establishments should not be obstacles, but challenges to be taken up to seize all the opportunities of teleworking (improved recruitment and retention of talent, greater quality of life at work, increased efficiency and productivity). And many activities can be carried out remotely, such as the management of medical records, research or the training of professionals.
The Anap publication provides all the keys to understanding, adjusting and successfully implementing teleworking in healthcare establishments. This guide and these ready-to-use models give you the keys to quickly get started:
– lhe publication “Teleworking: now essential, totally within your reach”: to understand, adjust and successfully implement teleworking in healthcare establishments;
– udoes not map professions to reveal the potential of teleworking, including in the medical and technical sector: a complete vision of teleworking opportunities in healthcare establishments.
– un standard model of collective agreement for public establishments.
– a teleworking charter for the private sector.
The “teleworkability” of professional families
For the hospital public service, the regulations in force specify that:
– the maximum number of days of teleworking is set at 3 days/week for a full-time agent;
– see Decree No. 2016-151 of February 11, 2016 relating to the conditions and modalities for implementing teleworking in the public service and the judiciary;
– the number of days worked in the usual department or premises cannot be less than 2.
“Jobs that require the use of computers, software and remote access to information systems are more teleworkable. »
• In the medical sector, coordinating doctorhead of department, hospital practitioner, head of department, midwifery coordinator could dedicate between 20% and 50% of their working time to teleworking.
• In the healthcare and medical-technical sector, a psychologist could, for example, dedicate 50% or more of their working time to teleworking. A healthcare executive and an IPA between 20 and 50% of their working time.
• In the rehabilitation sectora dietitian could dedicate 50% or more of their working time to teleworking.
• In the socio-educational sectora socio-educational executive or a social worker could dedicate up to 20% of their working time to teleworking.
• In the administrative and management sectorsan executive assistant or an administrative assistant could dedicate 50% or more of their working time to teleworking.
• In the technical and labor sectors, an engineer or senior hospital technician, could dedicate up to 20% of their working time to teleworking.
“Psychiatrists, psychologists but also APNs could dedicate 50%, or even more, of their working time to teleworking. »
• Publication “Teleworking: now essential, totally within your reach”, mapping of eligible professions and tools
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