Scheduling-Nurse and Staff software solutions provide comprehensive employee and nurse scheduling and reporting tools. It must take into consideration the availability of qualified personnel, nurses’ preferences for particular days, shifts, units, and regulatory & union requirements.
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We examine the value of solid nurse-physician collaboration in attaining the best possible patient outcomes. With an eye towards enhancing nurse support and training, our guests talk about issues like …
Texas Health Resources is using real-time workforce data to improve the nursing experience and empower their nurse managers (and leadership) to make more informed staffing decisions. During this webinar, leaders will share how they used their performance management tool to unite staffing and scheduling data, trended volumes and census-based targets into a single source of truth for nurse managers to create action plans and communicate decisions to leadership. Hear feedback from front-line managers on how real-time workforce data has created efficiency in decision-making.
The value real-time insights have brought to their nursing teams
How real-time data can empower nursing leaders to make cost-informed staffing decisions
How a single source of truth can allow for more efficient staffing huddles and resource allocation conversations
Healthcare leaders face tough choices in today's economy. Cuts need to be made and every investment decision must have a positive ROI. At the same time, revenue must increase along with patient retention. Scheduling is a crucial component to driving both revenue and retention, but most scheduling solutions require too much manual intervention and often create even more work and less capacity. To fully understand the impact of all the manual work that goes into patient scheduling, Notable conducted a survey of 50+ patient access leaders. Join us to learn:
Why health systems still over rely on the call center and staff despite having digital scheduling solutions
How the manual workflows involved in scheduling negatively impact patient revenue and retention
How to build a scheduling approach that drives better financial, clinical, and organizational value
Nursing shortages have reached an all-time high across the country, and some facilities are turning to travel agencies for professionals. Others are taking back their power by posting shifts directly available to local professionals on-demand, without the need for contracts or third-party coordination. Join this webinar to see how choosing specialty nurses without any intermediator allows for better operational efficiency, reduced overall labor costs and higher quality healthcare professionals looking to stay ahead of the curve.
Understand how having on-demand experienced professionals readily available allows facilities to match the right clinician with the correct license to the right patient at the right time.
Leverage current caregiver needs for greater workplace flexibility
Avoid long-term contracts through a convenient upload process for credentialing. All documents are at your fingertips 24-7 to review as needed.
Telemedicine saw a tremendous uptick in usage in 2020; these services had been widely accessible for some time but had been underutilised, with many doctors not even offering them before the pandemic. …
Combining research on provider burnout, electronic health record experiences and other data, KLAS researchers address what organizations can do to address staff shortages and patient care. Most of the …
Nurse scheduling is a critical component of ensuring patient safety and financial stewardship at oncology infusion centers. Common challenges directly related to nurse schedules include extended patient wait times, inefficient chair utilization, and excessive overtime due to missed lunches and nurses staying late.
By harnessing data on patient appointment times to inform the ideal nurse schedule needed to meet patient demand, centers can unlock significant operational and financial improvements. These changes also lead to an improved experience for patients in the form of shorter wait times and better staff satisfaction.
Digital innovation is becoming increasingly critical to clinical practice, not just as a workforce management tool, but as a foundation to change the way care is delivered. Healthcare IT News spoke to …
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