Healthcare operations are the systems and processes that make healthcare organizations work, so patients get the care they need, when they need it.
Within healthcare operations, there is opportunity for massive efficiency gains. It’s time for health systems and payers to approach operations differently, to do more with less using enterprise technology and software.
Healthcare organizations of all sizes and types use symplr to drive financial, clinical, and compliance outcomes, consolidating and integrating disconnected point systems used across the broad span of healthcare operations. The result is a partnership that protects your organization from the headwinds battering healthcare today: negative macroeconomic indicators, provider workforce shortages, more stringent compliance regulations, and more.
The symplr story
symplr is building the bridge to enterprise healthcare operations and beyond. Together with our customers, we’re creating the blueprint for how to not just survive, but thrive, by maximally using staff and technology in tandem to bridge the gaps and increase efficiencies in healthcare operations. For more than 30 years and with deployments in 9 of 10 U.S. hospitals, symplr has been committed to improving healthcare operations through its cloud-based solutions. Our provider data management; workforce management; compliance, quality, and safety; and contract, supplier, and spend management solutions improve the efficiency and efficacy of healthcare operations, enabling caregivers to quickly handle administrative tasks so they have more time to do what they do best: provide high-quality patient care.
CEO shares symplr's focus
"We’re focused on the healthcare worker who has been neglected by technology for the last 20-30 years."
-BJ Schaknowski, symplr CEO
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Moments that Matter
As part of our mission to give time back to clinicians and simplify the lives of those on the frontlines, we partnered with the DAISY Foundation to launch our Moments that Matter video series. These extraordinary stories highlight the importance of maximizing the time clinicians spend caring for patients each day by reducing time spent on non-clinical, administrative tasks.
The nurses and staff featured had a profound impact on their patients' and families' lives simply by taking the time to create Moments that Matter.