Workday is participating at the HIMSS Global Conference & Exhibition this week, where the theme is “Champions of Health Unite.” Here are some Workday customers who've served as champions of innovation within their healthcare organizations, leading digital strategies that streamline operations, grow their businesses, and nurture the right talent.
We’re proud to announce that for the second year in a row, we’ve been named Best in KLAS in ERP for our finance, HCM, and supply chain management solutions for healthcare, and a leader in talent management. Here's a look at some enhancements we've made based on healthcare customer feedback, and how we're building an even stronger community together with our customers.
Given the critical nature of the work in healthcare, employee engagement should be a business imperative for healthcare leaders. Organizations must foster a culture that encourages meaningful work and increases the discretionary effort of its workforce. Read more from guest blogger Craig Deao.
Data security became front and center in 2017, and organizations that collect personal data are held to an even higher standard. Learn how a cloud approach, coupled with a "culture of security," can help healthcare providers keep data safe.
At Workday, we’ve worked hard to understand our healthcare customers’ challenges and support them in meeting their business goals. Today, Workday is honored to be named Best in KLAS in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) by KLAS Research. Workday was also recognized as a Category Leader in Talent Management.
Consumerism in healthcare is a fast-growing trend, and adaptation begins within your organization. Healthcare organizations need to equip themselves with the right people and technology that can support their initiatives.
A greater focus on actionable insights, employee engagement, and supply chain management is prompting more healthcare organizations to move to cloud-based enterprise systems. Learn more from Workday's healthcare customers in Keith Lohkamp's blog.
Walter Porter, a principal with Deloitte Consulting LLP specializing in healthcare, shares what drives healthcare providers to innovate, why culture and back-office systems matter when attracting talent, and how some providers are investing in the future.
Andre Heinz, global head of human resources at Siemens Healthineers, talks about the changing face of the healthcare industry, the role of technology and people in transforming it, and the importance of a strong culture.
The healthcare industry in the U.S. is undergoing dramatic change. Here’s a look at some of the top strategies providers are taking to manage and embrace change, and how the right technology systems are helping.
Sanford Health is the largest rural, not-for-profit healthcare system in the nation. Josh Robinson, VP and CIO at Sanford Health, shares how the organization plans to enhance the patient experience by improving the employee experience with Workday.
CityMD is disrupting the urgent care business. CFO Louis Salamone discusses the company's rapid growth and the role of Workday Financial Management. He also talks about the need for speed—both in the business world and on the race track, where you might find him honing his precision skills in a Porsche.
In an industry that’s at the center of much public scrutiny and legislative action, what can healthcare leaders do to move their organizations forward in these uncertain times? Deloitte experts share advice for not just surviving, but thriving.
The corporate director of supply chain at Dayton Children's Hospital shares his team’s experience deploying a new supply chain management system, benefits they’re already seeing, and their collaborative partnership with Workday.
Workday is a Top Performer in KLAS Research’s "ERP 2019 Performance in the Cloud" report, which reflects high ratings from our customers on product capabilities and our commitment to supporting their success. Here's how we ranked.
Healthcare organizations often declare their decision to deliver better care or improve value, but when it comes to executing, they have difficulty taking the leap. To enable organizational change, healthcare leaders must help their employees find meaning in their work, provide them with usable and effective tools, and standardize best practices. Read more from our guest blogger Craig Deao.