About This Resource
Workforce management (WFM) is an organizational method and approach that helps you maintain a productive workforce. It includes tools for supervising mobile and remote employees, scheduling employees and administering leave. WFM also allows healthcare organizations to make decisions based on labor tracking and job costing, and to leverage document management capabilities to avoid risk.
Genuine workforce management happens when practices and organizations integrate key activities into one platform. Thanks to technology, healthcare centers of all sizes can now deploy workforce management software that supports the entire organization.
Regardless of the size of your healthcare organization or your role, chances are you’re looking for information about how to choose the right workforce management (WFM) software because:
• You are in need of an efficient and accurate way to comply with regulations from the Center for Medicare & Medicaid, including Payroll Based Journaling.
• Health screens for staff are of paramount importance, but you don’t have a simple way to capture this essential data.
• Scheduling staff in the status quo is a tedious process that can result in over or under-scheduled shifts.
• Labor tracking for employees that might work multiple jobs, locations or pay scales is a difficult or manual task.
Whatever brought you to this search for a WFM solution, you’re in good company. Many healthcare providers are realizing that in order to respond to patient and regulatory demands, they need an elevated healthcare workforce management approach.
Download our Healthcare Workforce Management Software Buyer’s Guide to learn what to consider and who to involve in your decision-making process.