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Optimising workforce management in healthcare with rostering systems

Discover strategies for meeting NHS Long-Term Workforce plan objectives with workforce optimisation

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Our latest whitepaper covers the following topics:

  • How a Rostering System Supports the
    NHS Long-Term Plan

  • Maximising Efficiency and Cost Savings

  • Data-Driven Benefits of Rostering Systems

  • Mastering Rostering Systems - Effective
    Training Strategies

  • Streamlining Healthcare Workforce Management
    with Premier IT's Zebra e-Rostering system


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1. How a Rostering System Supports the NHS Long-Term Plan

A rostering system aligns with the NHS Long Term Plan by optimising workforce allocation, improving staff retention, and enhancing patient care delivery. According to a study published in the British Medical Journal, effective rostering reduces staff turnover rates by up to 25%, contributing to the NHS Long Term Plan's objective of retaining healthcare professionals.

2. Maximising Efficiency and

Cost Savings

Implementing a rostering system maximises efficiency and cost savings by optimising staff schedules, reducing overtime costs, and minimising staffing gaps. Research from the Healthcare Financial Management Association indicates that healthcare organisations using rostering systems experience an average reduction of 15-20% in overtime costs.

3. Time and Money Saved

Rostering systems save time and money by automating administrative tasks, such as shift scheduling and leave management. According to a survey conducted by Premier IT, healthcare organisations using rostering systems report a 30% reduction in time spent on scheduling tasks.


4. Data-Driven Benefits of Rostering Systems

Rostering systems provide data-driven benefits by capturing and analyzing workforce data to inform decision-making. Research published in the Journal of Nursing Administration reveals that healthcare organisations with rostering systems experience a 25% decrease in patient wait times and a 30% improvement in patient satisfaction scores.

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