Transforming the workforce

into your competitive advantage.

Kronos for Healthcare

The key to success as healthcare moves from a volume-driven to value-based delivery model lies within your workforce. In today's healthcare environment — and across the entire continuum of care — value-based care delivery that is focused on costs, quality, and outcomes is becoming the new norm. And your workforce influences all aspects of this model. Always your greatest asset, your workforce can now become your competitive advantage in delivering that care.

Kronos® for Healthcare offers the technology and support to guide you through the transformation of your workforce into that competitive advantage. How? Automation eliminates workforce management complexities. Total workforce visibility empowers you to maximize staff productivity and potential. And your ability to be flexible, to react quickly and accurately to changing conditions when deploying the workforce, will give you a competitive advantage.

That's why more than 10,000 healthcare providers across the continuum of care use Kronos. Find out how we can help you, too.

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  • Academic Medical Center Saves $10M with Workforce Management

    HFMA Healthcare Cost Containment article explains how Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital revamped its workforce management processing, saving more than $10 million in one year. Key to its success was using workforce analytics to help managers focus on costs, quality and outcomes.

  • Healthcare Analytics Feature Guide

    Tap into workforce data that reveals what’s really going on at your organization. Workforce Analytics for Healthcare provides dozens of healthcare-specific reports that shed critical insight into productivity and key performance metrics, labor costs, and opportunities for improvement at your organization. Workforce Analytics for Healthcare delivers the data you need to provide quality patient care and keep employees safe, productive, and engaged.

  • Cohen Children’s Medical Center Expands Employee Engagement Using Kronos Self-Scheduling Solution

    Using nurses’ scheduling preferences, Cohen Children’s Medical Center nurse managers spent hours scheduling nurses with the right credentials on each shift, but didn’t grant all requests. Knowing that nurses value scheduling autonomy — and its millennial workforce likes self-service and mobile functionality — CCMC empowered nurses by offering self-scheduling and mobile applications in its Kronos workforce management solution. The result has been increased nurse engagement, reduced safety events and hospital-acquired conditions, and decreased staff turnover.

  • HealthLeaders Report: Workforce Management’s Significant Role in Patient Care

    Quality patient care has always been a top priority, but in today's evolving healthcare environment, many administrators and clinicians are wondering … how exactly do we define caregiving activities? What counts as direct care, indirect care, and nonpatient care? These are some of the questions addressed in the HealthLeaders report, Workforce Management's Significant Role in Patient Care.

  • CMS Staffing Data Submission / Payroll-Based Journal (PBJ)

    Kronos® for Healthcare can help providers meet PBJ electronic staffing data reporting requirements with its automated, integrated workforce management solution. Using the Kronos Workforce Timekeeper PBJ link, providers can reduce the administrative burden of data collection and reporting, and focus on the core mission to deliver quality resident care.

  • Workforce Management in Healthcare: Taking Care of Talent and Patients

    Aberdeen Knowledge Brief identifies that best-in-class healthcare organizations achieve financial success through a combination of patient-centricity, effect workforce management and the judicious deployment of technology. In fact, best-in-class organizations have discovered that these results go hand in hand. By combining a patient-centric mindset, an understanding of the impact that staff have on patient satisfaction, and a comprehensive approach to workforce management, these organization have seen a steady increased in patient satisfaction scores, along with a stead decrease in workforce management related costs.

  • HFMA Article: Improving Workforce Management and Spend at North Shore-LIJ

    North Shore-LIJ automates payroll and scheduling functions and uses internal data to drive more accurate staffing has improved efficiency throughout the health system. The new software system has brought labor cost savings of an estimated $900,000 annually through reduced overtime, improved productivity for managers, more transparent cost distribution among the workforce, improved efficiency of the payroll department from a reduction in the number of manual transactions, ensuring workforce compliance by standardizing policies and monitoring paid time-off accruals, and reduced liability and risk through rules preprogrammed in the system, including tracking of licenses and certifications.

  • Healthcare Scheduling Solution Guide

     In today’s challenging healthcare environment, how can providers improve the way they schedule and staff their workforce? Now, with the Workforce Scheduler™ solution, healthcare organizations can better align labor resources with patient demand, leading to improved productivity, reduced labor costs, higher employee satisfaction, and quality patient care.

  • Post Acute Care & Senior Living Industry Brief

    More than ever, post acute and senior living care is under a microscope in which success is measured by the quality and cost of care, as well as resident satisfaction. And without an automated workforce management solution, limited visibility into labor productivity and costs makes it difficult to give staff the information and resources they need. And difficult to deliver the cost effective quality care residents count on.

  • Non-Acute Practices

    Today, more and more care is taking place in outpatient settings, and the trend is expected to continue, with a projected 17% outpatient volume growth over the next five years. Non-acute practices adoption of workforce management solutions should also increase. They are seeing an increase in the demand for services, yet high costs are compromising profitability. Keeping costs down means managing staff more effectively.