Healthcare needs to more effectively use labor resources and recruit talent. COVID-19 has shown the importance of having the right staff in place. Organizations have realized that without centralized staffing and scheduling they have poor systemwide resource visibility. This inhibits their ability to efficiently manage labor resources and meet patient care demands. They are now taking the time to reevaluate current staffing and scheduling processes to ensure that they can match the need for care with the right resources in the right setting.
Staffing and scheduling solutions are vital tools that enable healthcare organizations to plan and manage resources, both day-to-day and shift-to-shift. By centralizing staffing and scheduling, organizations can streamline processes, improve accuracy of data and reporting, and reduce administrative burdens on operational leaders. And by aligning staffing and scheduling with strategic initiatives, healthcare organizations can succeed in today’s financially volatile environment.
Download this white paper to learn more about centralizing staffing and scheduling processes along with some of the benefits healthcare organizations are realizing from a centralized approach. You’ll learn: