Everybody Wins When You Let Go of Paper-based Scheduling

Staff With Tablets
We are decades into the digital revolution and the healthcare industry has a strong understanding of the importance and value of usable data. So, it is hard to imagine why an estimated 50% of healthcare settings are still using paper or excel when it comes to staff scheduling.

In the past, there were many good reasons not to take the leap into electronic staffing and scheduling tools. They were expensive, hard to implement, difficult to use and required resources to keep them running and current. But those days are gone and have been for some time.

Today it is easy and affordable to make the move to a modern approach to scheduling and on top of that, everybody wins! Staff can manage their schedules from their mobile phones, managers can put scheduling data to work for them to make more cost effective and informed decisions and executives get more efficient and optimized operations, saving time and money.

It will change your life! See a demo today.

About ABILITY® Network, Inc.
ABILITY Network is a leading information technology company helping providers and payers simplify the administrative and clinical complexities of healthcare through innovative applications and data analytics. ABILITY is headquartered in Minneapolis with principal offices in Boston and Tampa.

SMARTFORCE, is the leader in cloud-based Workforce Management solutions, including Attendance, Credentials Tracking, Staff Scheduling and Open Shift Management. Organizations in any business vertical with shift-based staffing needs use SMARTFORCE to improve scheduling effectiveness and operational efficiency while maximizing workforce utilization, assuring compliance with policies and/or labor contracts, addressing open shifts and better managing labor costs such as overtime and contract labor utilization.

About Kathy Douglas
Kathy is a healthcare executive and filmmaker. She has been on the executive team of several start-up companies bring cutting edge technology solutions to the healthcare industry for over 20 years. She has published extensively on the topic of healthcare staffing and the healthcare workforce. She holds a masters degree from the University of San Francisco and is a graduate of Stanford Business School’s Executive Program.