Let’s face it. Staff scheduling takes a lot of time, a lot of effort, and it’s complicated. Most schedulers spend days creating schedules by pen and paper or by spreadsheet. With ongoing requests for time-off, shift swaps, unexpected open shifts, and fluctuating staff needs based on census, schedules are typically out of date the moment they are published.
Add to these challenges even bigger issues, like pressures to reduce labor costs, the need to maintain compliance with state minimums and HPPD (hours per patient day) staffing requirements, and ongoing staffing change and turnover. All of this creates a complicated environment for anyone working in healthcare. These pressures risk what matters most – resident care.
Learn how OnShift’s staff scheduling and shift management software provides an easy-to-use web-based solution to overcome these challenges. OnShift helps to automatically place your staff where and when you need them, with consideration to care, compliance, and cost. With OnShift, you no longer have to choose between better care and saving money.
See how OnShift controls labor costs by preventing overtime, increases efficiencies through automated scheduling and open shift management, delivers proactive staffing management, and improves quality of care.
And, OnShift is a cloud-based application, delivered as Software as a Service (SaaS), which minimizes implementation time, cost and effort.
Are you creating schedules by hand or spreadsheet? Learn how to schedule in minutes with just a few clicks.
Are you reviewing payroll reports to determine overtime? Get proactive and prevent OT before it occurs.
Open Shift Management
How do you respond when a nurse calls in sick? Find out how to fill open shifts in an instant.
Total Visibility Into Staffing
How do you report on staffing within and across buildings? See how to predict and prevent risks and understand staffing situations across your homes
Staff Extend open shift recruiting and management capabilities give providers the necessary tools to fill shifts by accessing and sharing employees from neighboring locations, such as a sister community or facility.
How do you make sure you have the right number of staff each and every shift to meet the varied care needs of your residents?