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The American Hospital Association Exclusively Endorses Staffing Vendor Management from ShiftWise
Date:6/10/2013

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 10, 2013

The American Hospital Association (AHA) today announced it has exclusively endorsed the Staffing Vendor Management system from ShiftWise. AHA Solutions, Inc., a subsidiary of the AHA, awards the AHA Endorsement to products and services that support member hospitals and health care organizations to achieve operational excellence. The ShiftWise solution was selected for endorsement following a proprietary due diligence process that identified it as a leader in providing Web-based solutions to automate, streamline and simplify workforce vendor management processes.

Automating Vendor Management Processes for Increased Efficiency

To address system-wide staff shortages, many health care organizations rely on supplemental staff from a variety of resources including staffing agencies, float pools and independent contractors. Working with multiple vendors and resource pools to procure and manage temporary staff can be complex and time-consuming, often involving manual, paper-based processes.

“We recognize the operational challenges hospitals and other health care organizations face in managing their supplemental staffing needs,” said Anthony J. Burke, President and CEO of AHA Solutions. “After an extensive due diligence process, we are endorsing the system from ShiftWise for its documented effectiveness in streamlining staffing vendor management processes, and for its focus on both vendor management and serving the health care field.”

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