SOURCE: OnShift

OnShift

July 11, 2011 11:00 ET

OnShift CEO to Present Staffing Best Practices in Long-Term Care at Upcoming California Healthcare Conference

Interactive Session to Explore Staffing Levels in Skilled Nursing Facilities

CLEVELAND, OH--(Marketwire - Jul 11, 2011) - OnShift, a leader in web-based staff scheduling and shift management software for the healthcare industry, today announced that OnShift CEO Mark Woodka will present best practices for staffing level compliance at the QCHF Institute and CAHF Summer Conference in July 2011. Woodka will explain how long-term care facilities can achieve appropriate staffing levels to comply with California's direct care mandate of 3.2 NHPPD (nursing hours per patient day).

Session: 3.2 in the Spotlight: Managing Staffing Levels to Protect Your Organization from Litigation
When: Monday, July 18, 2011 at 10:20 a.m.
Where: QCHF Institute and CAHF Summer Conference at the Westin San Diego
Presenter: Mark Woodka, CEO, OnShift

With constant fluctuations in census, residents requiring complex levels of care, and dynamic staffing conditions, maintaining appropriate levels can be difficult to achieve in long-term care. Litigators are actively targeting staffing levels, with growing numbers of lawsuits being filed. In addition, California facilities are facing unannounced state audits to prove consistent delivery of 3.2 NHPPD.

"California is leading the nation in its enforcement of staffing minimums," states Mark Woodka, CEO, OnShift. "Maintaining appropriate staffing levels is not an easy thing to do, and there's a lot to understand across the regulations and how the state and lawyers are viewing things. Our best practices will provide specific steps to anyone looking to schedule employees and staff appropriately while remaining focused on delivering quality care."

About OnShift, Inc.
OnShift is a leader in web-based staff scheduling and shift management software for the healthcare industry. Long-term care providers and other healthcare organizations use OnShift to reduce labor costs by preventing overtime, mitigate compliance risk through management to PPD staffing requirements, and increase efficiencies through automated scheduling, instant call-off resolution and open shift management. With OnShift, nurses gain back valuable time to do what they do best -- provide quality care. Customers choose OnShift because of its extreme ease-of-use, fast implementation, and proven ability to deliver immediate ROI. OnShift is the first staff scheduling software with an integrated communications platform and is the only solution with proactive controls and predictive analytics that help prevent staffing issues before they occur. For more information visit www.onshift.com.

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