Workforce Management

Beyond Nursing

An enterprise-wide approach: How health systems are using staffing and scheduling solutions to optimize their entire workforce and drive better outcomes

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Nursing generally represents the largest single component of the health system workforce, and many organizations focus their efforts solely on this group to drive workforce related outcomes. But, with non-clinicians and support staff making up nearly 50% of the workforce, health systems are overlooking opportunities to make even greater gains. 

What you'll learn

This white paper explores the benefits of an enterprise-wide approach for workforce management utilizing technology that can help all managers regardless of department make data-driven decisions that align with the organization's workforce goals. 


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