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Surrey trust pilots pioneering NHS demand-led rostering solution

Surrey-based Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, one of the UK’s foremost Trusts, has signed a trial agreement with leading digital companies Rotageek and Locum's Nest to test the NHS’ first-of-its-kind demand-led rostering.   Adopting a best-in-class approach to interoperability, the solution links scheduling and locums in an integrated network that ensures the right staffing levels are available to meet patient demand, and that the right roles make the rota, ultimately improving patient care.

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How will the NHS adapt to flexible working?

For many businesses, flexibility was already a key consideration before the pandemic. In 2019, 8.7 million ...

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Interoperability in healthcare - improving doctor and patient care

Digitising the healthcare system has been a continuously evolving issue. Connecting fragmented information ...

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Happy doctors, happy patients - supporting our healthcare workers

The happiness of your staff has a direct effect on your customers no matter your industry. Whether you’re a ...

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Staff scheduling | Your guide to employee scheduling in 2020

Staff scheduling is often a time consuming and difficult job for most organisations. The perfect balance of ...

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The biggest healthcare trends in 2020 | Digital transformation in health

Social distancing, virtual doctors’ appointments and data scientists predicting disease. What do these three, ...

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Balancing care and costs, rostering in Care Homes

Post COVID-19, Rostering in Care Homes will never be the same.  Care homes are a vital cog of the UK ...

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Rotageek WFM software and Locum's Nest staff bank solution integrate

Rotageek's partnership with bank staff platform hopes to accelerate the digitisation of NHS workforce ...

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Geek Speak: Technophobia

The perplexing argument against the rise of digital technology You wake gently to an artificial simulation of ...

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