As mergers and acquisitions (M&A) continue to transform the healthcare landscape at an unprecedented rate, HR is being tasked with the challenging job of managing incredible change. The human resource impacts of consolidation are far reaching—affecting everything including facilities, technology, and the workforce.
To ensure a successful transition, HR has begun to ask for much more from technology: a way to unify multiple entities into one streamlined organization. That’s exactly what New York’s Rochester General Health System and Unity Health System were attempting to do when they joined in 2014. And it’s why their leaders turned to Workday.
Read the whitepaper “Rochester Regional Health—Equipping HR to support the evolving demands of the health care industry” to learn how cloud-based technology can help you:
I think the biggest differentiator of Workday is the business process framework, which is the underlying way you design business processes and how they work in terms of roles and assignments. It’s very powerful in that you can have one business process today, and easily change it to something else tomorrow.
– Jason Frank, Senior Director HRIS, Rochester Regional Health