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ShiftWise Workforce Management Solution Used in Many of the 2012 Most Wired Hospitals, Says New Report

PORTLAND, OR–The 2012 Most Wired Hospitals list released last month includes 30 ShiftWise clients throughout the United States including Vidant Health in Greenville, UPMC Mercy in Pittsburgh and Bon Secours Richmond Health System. According to the list’s creators, these hospitals are at the forefront of taking on IT initiatives within the healthcare industry, and many of the hospitals on the list rely…

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PPACA is constitutional: Are health systems ready for the tsunami?

When I was in school I never heard the term tsunami.  It was always called a tidal wave.  Maybe somewhere along the way science teachers and journalists decided that the word tsunami sounds, well, scarier.  And we all know that the scarier something is, the more attention it gets so I guess tsunami is just a better term for those…

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"In the Cloud" webcast series with ShiftWise

Would you like a simple and brief way to understand exactly how it is that ShiftWise manages temp and contract labor? Here’s the perfect chance with our newly launched “In the Cloud” webcast series where we spend 30 minutes showing you ways that you can accomplish your temp and contract labor initiatives with no capital investment. What you’ll learn ShiftWise…

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University Hospitals of Ohio achieves staffing credential compliance and improves audit performance with ShiftWise

In a press release issued today, ShiftWise details the success of University Hospitals in Ohio and its ability to verify temporary and contract employee credentials and documents. The 11-hospital system, through its partnership with OHA Solutions, a subsidiary of the Ohio Hospital Association, has been able to achieve two key goals with ShiftWise Vendor Management System. Provide a faster, more…

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Let’s Work Smarter, Not Harder

Cut costs, cut costs, cut costs.  This is the mantra being sung all across corporate America and especially in healthcare due to the reduction of Medicaid payments.  Labor typically represents about 65% of healthcare organizations costs.  In corporate America, it is “do more with less,” but that doesn’t work in hospitals.  A low nurse staffing level tends to lead to…

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