Utmost for Healthcare

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Without one system of record to capture the entire workforce, how can you plan for the future?

Ninety percent of healthcare providers rely on contingent workers. That demand has continued increase as providers seek to respond to the budgetary pressures, skill shortages, and increased demand they face. 

Utmost provides a single solution for sourcing and tracking workers, automating key processes (especially on/offboarding), reporting, and ensuring compliance.

Utmost & ChristianaCare Talk Healthcare

Healthcare leaders need visibility and compliance

Staffing Industry Analysts reporting an overall physician demand growth of 16% by 2032 and Staff Care’s 2020 Survey of Temporary Physician Staffing Trends indicating that 85% of healthcare providers used locum tenens doctors in the previous 12 months. 

Key Challenges:

  • Access to highly skilled talent
  • Irregular shift patterns, different rates for night shifts, weekend shifts, overtime, on-call rates, double pay
  • Worker misclassification resulting in massive cost to the organization 
  • Administrative burden trying to track training, vaccinations, certifications
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[Live Q&A]

Watch a replay of our Q&A with Jane Moran, Chief Information and Digital Officer at Mass General Brigham

How Can CIOs Gain Visibility To Provide Strategic Workforce Planning?

We're excited to feature Jane Moran, recognized as the first woman to top Computer Weekly's ranking of the 100 most influential people in technology and Chief Information and Digital Officer at Mass General Brigham in a fireside chat to address the ongoing challenges CIOs face when it comes to the contingent workforce.

[Podcast Recording]

Listen to Utmost COO Dan Beck's conversation with Daina Parker, VP of Shared Services at ChristianaCare

The HR Huddle Podcast - HR, We Have a Problem Episode

Our co-founder and COO, Dan Beck joined Daina Parker, VP of Shared Services at ChristianaCare, on the HR Huddle podcast hosted by Sapient Insight Group’s Stacey Harris. They discuss HR’s impact on managing the extended workforce, Healthcare’s management of the extended workforce through the pandemic, and much more.

Organizational Self Assessment

As a healthcare leader, are you lacking a scalable approach to managing the external workforce? Are you able to  deliver visibility into cost, skills, certifications, and detailed work history across the entire workforce, allowing your organization to plan for the future? To know for sure, here are a few questions to consider. If you can't answer these questions, don't worry, you're not alone.

Many organizations struggle to understand or capitalize on their extended workforce simply because they don’t know what they don’t know. 

Can you calculate the number of extended workers?

This includes freelancers, gig workers, independent contractors, consultants, outsourced workers, and SOW workers. Additional complexity tracking volunteers, students, residents, and fellows who may also be employees in the system.

Do you have visibility into worker skills?

It's important to understand the skill sets you’re lacking across your workforce and workers that may need to be reskilled to keep up with market demands.

Are your workers classified correctly?

It is critical to understand how every one of your workers is classified to avoid legislative and compliance risk. 

Do you know your extended workforce spend?

The ability to report on and provide predictive analysis on your total talent spend, including your extended workforce, from one system is imperative.

Are you able to track complex pay rates and irregular shifts?

Irregular shift patterns, different rates for night shifts, weekend shifts, overtime, on-call rates, double pay, holiday pay, home visits, and travel rates make it hard to ensure the correct rate is paid to each worker.

Resource Library

Learn how Utmost can help healthcare providers by viewing the Healthcare Business Case 

Read about how Utmost provided total workforce visibility for a healthcare client in this success story 

Additional Resources

Utmost allows workforce visibility in one single platform

The Most From Your All

The use of external labor on the rise, especially in the healthcare sector. Providers are seeking to improve budgets, respond to public health crises, and increase their flexibility in staffing skilled workers.

The need for a better system for the extended workforce is here.

With Utmost, you can:

  • Avoid worker misclassification with Front Door
  • Achieve total workforce planning
  • Leverage one view across the entire workforce
  • Attract and engage top talent
  • Mitigate risk by proactively tracking compliance issues, providing remediation options, and audit history
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