Schedule360 Won Best in KLAS Again This Year
February 23, 2022
Schedule360 has done it again with another win as the Best in KLAS award for Category Leader in Nurse and Staff Scheduling for 2022. Schedule360’s robust healthcare scheduling software continues to be recognized for the incredible value provided to healthcare facilities for helping to manage the complexities of a clinical staff schedule.
Best in KLAS
KLAS is a research organization providing accurate and impartial insights for the healthcare IT (HIT) industry.
The Best in KLAS title is decided using feedback from thousands of healthcare professionals over the previous year. It’s specifically designed to highlight software and service companies who are helping healthcare professionals deliver the best patient care through innovative software solutions. The Best in KLAS winners have the most extensive operational and clinical impact on healthcare organizations. Category leaders earn top honors for facilitating healthcare professionals. Receiving a Best in KLAS award demonstrates that the service provided is valuable and instrumental in the HIT industry.
Why Choose Schedule360 for Your Facility?
Schedule360 provides unique, viable solutions for the complex task of staff scheduling in any healthcare facility. Medical staff scheduling isn’t easy, especially in large, multi-location healthcare facilities where you manage staffing requirements for 24/7 shift coverage. Regular shift scheduling, on-call scheduling, and detailed reporting tasks are time-consuming and cumbersome, especially if you’re relying on outdated, manual scheduling methods.
Schedule360 nurse scheduling software gives you the proper technology and tools you need to make scheduling your staff and optimizing your resources more efficient.
The Best Nurse Scheduling Software
Many healthcare facilities operate 24/7, 365 days a year, leaving admins and schedulers with ensuring there is always skilled staff and the proper resources at the right place and time. Managing nurse schedules to maintain required staffing levels, balancing skill sets during shifts, and training new hires on unit procedures creates many scheduling hurdles that can be streamlined with the right software solution.
Nurse scheduling software from Schedule360 takes the guesswork and frustration out of your scheduling process. Having the right staff when and where you need them is critical to the success of your healthcare organization. The current nursing shortage burdens those who are on staff by forcing them to work OT while others haven’t met their target work hours, work in units without proper support, and follow inefficient procedures for things like requesting time off and accessing the posted schedule. Scheduling pain points like this can quickly lead to burnout in a time when we can’t afford to lose any more nurses.
Our nurse scheduling software provides a better way to balance your shift coverage at all times. Schedule360 can help control labor costs, improve productivity, boost morale, fill last minute shift needs, allow nurses to communicate shift preferences, and deliver better overall patient care.
Schedule360’s Nurse Scheduling Software Overview:
- Saves your unit money and resources, such as reducing costly agency dependency by optimizing your existing staff.
- Boosts employee morale and job satisfaction by providing nurses with more control over their own schedule. Increased morale helps reduce turnover.
- Ensures patients receive a higher quality of care as there are fewer gaps in coverage and skills.
Smarter Scheduling Starts with Schedule360
Earning a subsequent Best in KLAS for 2022 proves that Schedule360 serves an important purpose in the healthcare industry. Physicians, nurses, and administrators benefit from schedule transparency, proactive scheduling, and rules-based, automated, time-saving benefits that speak directly to unique and common nurse scheduling pain points. Schedule360 is honored to be recognized as a category leader and is fully committed to continue providing smarter scheduling solutions for your nursing staff.