GoEasyCare to Participate in Together We Care 2023 Conference as an Unlocking Innovations Presenter
TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / March 27, 2023 / The entire team at GoEasyCare is thrilled to be taking part in this year's Together We Care 2023 Conference, and they are honoured to be selected as an Unlocking Innovations Presenter for their Healthcare Workforce Management Software.
Together We Care 2023 is a collaborative forum that joins the long-term care and retirement community sectors to help shape the future of seniors' care. It will take place in Toronto at the Toronto Congress Centre, from March 27-29th.
"We're looking forward to showing overworked professionals in the long-term care sector that they don't need to spend all of their time managing their Workforce Management Software. Over the last year, long-term care organizations have found themselves struggling to manage their strained workforce. Finding staff to work, managing time off and having to fill between 20-30% of their shifts every single day," said Paul Wright, President and CEO of GoEasyCare.
"Everybody at this event knows that Canada is facing a staffing crisis in healthcare, particularly long-term care. Most know that technology can help, but not everyone knows how it fits in. We're excited to show people how GoEasyCare can help."
GoEasyCare's innovative workforce automation solution can help healthcare organizations save significant time and the work traditionally involved in filling shifts, managing schedules and staff requests. By automating these processes, organizations save 50% to 90% of the time associated with fielding sick calls, contacting replacements according to union rules, and adjusting schedules/payroll.
GoEasyCare's powerful and adaptive solutions can completely automate this entire process:
A given employee reports as sick through GoEasyCare and provides the required info.
The system records that sick day and changes that shift to a sick code, visually represented with a different colour on the schedule.
The employee's sick bank and payroll are automatically adjusted.
The appropriate supervisors are notified, with no human intervention required.
The system runs a complex rules engine to determine who can qualify to fill the shift, based on union rules, factoring in things like each candidate's seniority, location orientation, availability, full-time/part-time status, and recent schedule/overtime etc.
With the list created, the system auto-calls, texts or emails each candidate who qualifies.
An employee accepts the shift and they're added to the schedule with a full audit trail available.
Schedules, Time Cards, Payroll, and all other systems, are updated automatically.
GoEasyCare is already making a massive difference for healthcare organizations across Ontario right now.
"Before GoEasyCare, it took our scheduler 74 hours a month to do the schedules. And after GoEasyCare it took 24 hours," - Scheduling Manager at a healthcare agency in Southern Ontario.
At the same time, Community Living -Grimsby, Lincoln and West Lincoln (CL-GLWL) slashed their scheduling costs by 75%, while also going from spending the equivalent of 10 days a month on scheduling tasks, to a mere 1.5 days a month.
Anyone interested in seeing what the GoEasyCare solution can do for their organization is invited to stop by Booth 415 at Together We Care!
Healthcare organizations need tools that were built with specific healthcare challenges in mind.
GoEasyCare's purpose-built Healthcare Workforce Management (hWFM) tool can help you save up to 90% of the time associated with fielding sick day calls, contacting replacements, and adjusting schedules/payroll.
Our tool automates the entire process, from an employee calling in sick, to notifying the proper managers, to auto-calling candidates in the proper order according to union policies, to automatically updating your scheduling and payroll systems.
GoEasyCare - Healthcare Workforce Management Made Easy
About Together We Care 2023 Conference
Presented by the Ontario Long Term Care Association (OLTCA) and the Ontario Retirement Communities Association (ORCA), The Together We Care Conference will be in-person!
The opportunity to learn and collaborate together is something our members have been waiting for and we promise a stimulating experience. There is so much to catch up on, so much to share. A robust program is being designed with the industry's leading experts to reflect the lessons learned and best paths forward.
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