Centralizing Workforce Management: The Secret to Success for LTC

August 23, 2017

Even in the best-run organizations, workforce management operations, such as staffing and scheduling, are complex issues. In the average nursing home, for example, research from the last two decades supports the importance of adequate registered nursing (RN) staffing in healthcare facilities for achieving good patient outcomes, safety, and satisfaction. Better staffing levels have been shown to reduce patient mortality and improve nurse morale.

Managing the schedule to meet regulatory requirements, quality standards, and budget requirements can be a time-consuming challenge for long-term care (LTC) facilities. As such, many turn to operational considerations, such as how and from where workforce scheduling and time tracking are managed. One key issue? How to structure the management of your operation.

In this eBook we discuss the current trends in centralized workforce management technology solutions 

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