Visier To Assist Healthcare Providers with Its New Applied Big Data Solution
VANCOUVER, BC AND SAN JOSE, CA: Visier™, one of the Workforce Intelligence leaders, announced the launch of its new Applied Big Data solution for healthcare providers. Visier’s Workforce Intelligence for healthcare comes with workforce analytics and planning capabilities that meets particular needs of healthcare providers. “The healthcare industry today is facing a perfect storm and there has been unprecedented growth in demand for healthcare services. Market and regulatory pressures require hospitals to continuously improve patient satisfaction and reduce costs and readmission rates to obtain full value from insurance reimbursements. The biggest factor in both dimensions is the workforce: a highly specialized and very mobile group of skilled caregivers who are constantly in short supply.” said, John Schwarz, CEO and Founder, Visier.
Healthcare reform has placed new pressures on healthcare providers and on hospitals. As a result, hospitals are finding it difficult to connect patient satisfaction and patient readmissions directly to Medicare and Medicaid payments. “The healthcare workforce is the primary driver of patient satisfaction and outcomes. Healthcare providers are more motivated today than ever before to measure, understand, and plan how they hire, develop, engage, and retain their workforce. At Visier we have certainly seen this reflected in hot demand from the industry for our Workforce Intelligence solutions.” added Schwarz.
Healthcare, hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, and other providers are able to now address number of critical queries regarding their specialized workforces through Visier Workforce Intelligence. The hospitals and healthcare providers are now able to monitor HCAHPS scores, involvement of employees to attain maximum patient satisfaction, and patient readmission rates with the Visier solution. Additionally, the healthcare institutions and nursing facilities can have watch on their key staff members and anticipate which key members of staff are most likely to leave and also it assist in retirement plans for experienced nursing staff.
In addition, Visier solutions for healthcare providers ensure they construct the exact workforce to meet their future requirements. The Visier solution encircles various qualities such as forecasting workforce costs based on multiple scenarios, integrate data from various hospitals, and enhance decision making capability.
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