Solutions for Healthcare Facilities in Challenging Times
Open Marketplace Sourcing, Payroll, and Scheduling Management Services.
On January 21, the first case of coronavirus was reported in the United States. For three months now we have had our lives transformed, and there isn’t a clear end in sight.
But in the face of adversity, people – especially healthcare professionals – rise up and perform in incredible ways. Many are essentially working two jobs; responding to the challenge while still carrying out the tasks of their “normal” role.
We have to be realistic about what we can do and where we need help.
In the face of work that can seem insurmountable, it’s critical to take a step back and prioritize. Ask yourself: What must you do? What can you do? What can you delegate to another? Outsourcing functions to a trusted partner can enable you to focus on what’s important, supporting your patients and community.
AMN has you covered, from open marketplace talent sourcing, payroll services, and scheduling management. We are already working with state and federal agencies on the front line, and we vow to be with you through this unique challenge every step of the way.
Here’s how we can help:
Emergency Scheduling Live Within 4 Days
Simple scheduling features can support services to build and manage schedules. Identification of resources and location assignments, pre-determined cyclic patterns and adjustments to schedules to match the developing needs, outbound email or text-based broad messaging to all staff, and schedule management services to get resources to where they are needed.
Operational scheduling and staffing services, including “air traffic control” center to view multiple locations at once, confirming/tracking volumes and daily staffing needs and supporting the logistic deployment of clinicians to areas, managing staff request for trades and adjustments, and much more.
Time & Attendance, Payroll, Scenario
This includes web-based time & attendance technology with automated payroll processing and services and scenario modeling of FTE targets and maximum expansion of available and needed hours with a number of inputs for nuanced, proactive planning.