Using people analytics to improve health care performance

Using people analytics to improve health care performance

Posted by Brian Augustian on August 18, 2017.

Health care providers tend to lag other industries in the adoption of new business processes and technologies, and we find this to be consistent in the industry’s use of big data and analytics to improve organization performance. This is likely due to a number of factors, including the nature of health care work, tight financial margins and limited funds, and historically conservative cultures. Yet, the successful use of data analytics in other industries could indicate that it’s time for health care systems to up their game.

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New at Workday Rising:

Supporting health care M&A

New at Workday Rising: Supporting health care M&A
Posted by Peggy Chin on October 25, 2016.

Leaders in HRIS and benefits at Rochester Regional Health recently presented their experiences at Workday Rising in Chicago. The health system serves the greater Rochester and Finger Lakes region of New York and, like many others in its industry, has been growing steadily by merger and acquisition. The reasons Rochester chose Workday and the benefits that decision has enabled make an interesting case in point for organizations in any industry looking to move HR systems to the cloud or better manage the talent aspects of M&A activity.

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Human Resources: Securing and Preserving a Seat at the Table

Securing and Preserving a Seat at the Table

Posted by Rick Wald on December 12, 2013

With Thanksgiving behind us, and colder weather ahead of us, we are officially in the midst of the 2013 holiday season. During this time of year, there are many occasions that bring family and friends around the dining room table for a festive meal. And, for many, these meals bring up the same questions every year: Who gets invited? And who sits where? Holiday seating arrangements can be tricky: there’s often a kids table, certain relatives are best kept at opposite ends of the table, and grandma has to be able to hear her grandson’s latest stories from school.

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