Specialized HR solutions in Oracle Cloud HCM enable healthcare organizations to better develop, support, and empower staff, improving patient care for organizations worldwideOracle CloudWorld, Las Vegas—October 19, 2022
To enable healthcare organizations to better support their front-line workers and improve patient care, Oracle is introducing specialized HR solutions for the healthcare industry. Part of Oracle Fusion Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM), the new industry-focused HR solutions help healthcare organizations grow the skills of their staff, reduce burnout and costs by improving efficiency, and deliver better patient care by providing an employee experience that meets the unique needs of healthcare workers.
The past few years have been a continuous battle for healthcare organizations. Unpredictable demand, increasingly high administrative costs, evolving skills shortages, and the truly unprecedented circumstances of a global pandemic have created an extremely complex operating environment that pushed doctors, nurses, clinical staff, and others in the industry to their limits. This has put healthcare organizations under pressure to find better ways to support their teams and improve the employee experience so their staff can provide the best possible patient care.
“Healthcare organizations have a plethora of unique workforce challenges, from attracting talent with the right skills and managing complex scheduling structures, to prioritizing engagement and growth for employees constantly facing burnout. The better we can support these workers and enable them to succeed, the better care and service they can provide to people all over the world,” said Chris Leone, executive vice president of Applications Development, Oracle Cloud HCM. “Oracle Cloud HCM can help healthcare organizations better support their workforce. With intelligent, scalable, and secure applications, we can help these organizations address their most complex staffing challenges by automating administrative tasks so workers can stay focused on better patient experiences.”
Oracle Cloud HCM provides hospitals and clinics with the ability to enhance employee satisfaction while reducing risk and administrative costs to maintain quality affordable care. Oracle Cloud HCM solutions for healthcare are built to help healthcare organizations:
Natively built for the cloud, Oracle Cloud HCM is a complete solution connecting every human resource process from hire to retire. By connecting all staff data on a single platform, HR teams have access to a single source of truth to help inform their people strategy. With tailored solutions built for industries including communications, financial services, healthcare, hospitality, and retail, Oracle Cloud HCM helps HR teams in any industry further improve business operations with built-in AI to act as an advisor, help analyze workforce data, and surface recommendations.
To learn more about how Oracle Cloud HCM can help healthcare organizations recruit, select, develop, and retain the best talent, click here.
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