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TeamBuilder 2024
Workforce Management and Predictive Staff Scheduling through a Digital Platform

author - Niel Oscarson
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Niel Oscarson
author - Taelin Bryan
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Taelin Bryan
 
February 21, 2024 | Read Time: 1  minute

Staff scheduling in healthcare has a unique set of challenges that can be exacerbated by provider volume and manual processes for clinical workflow management. These challenges can lead to problematic patient care and poor provider and staff experiences. The TeamBuilder solution, built specifically for ambulatory facilities, is intended to alleviate organizational pain points around staff scheduling by assessing the needs of day-to-day operations and offering predictive staff scheduling. It aims to increase operational efficiency by taking on the burden of creating and managing schedules. This case study examines feedback from three respondents at one organization using TeamBuilder.

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Key Findings:

  1. TeamBuilder Customer Experience: An Initial Look
  2. TeamBuilder Overview
author - Kyle Chilton
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