If your healthcare workforce manages hundreds of data inputs when building the clinician staff schedules, they are not alone. The nature of this dynamic information is why scheduling remains one of the last remaining manual processes left in healthcare workforce management today.

This doesn’t have to be the case.

In this video we discuss the ways you can foster the long-term successes of healthcare workforce management with Nena Fairbanks, Operations Manager at MD Anderson Cancer Center.

Nena will share her experience with implementing technology to collect and analyze data. She will discuss how to root out unnecessary complexities within healthcare workforce management, how to make and document decisions and ultimately, how to automate the creation and management of her healthcare workforce schedule.

Nena Fairbanks is an Operations Manager in the Department of Diagnostic Radiology at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Nena manages the Neuro, Thoracic, and Musculoskeletal sections of the department. Nena has 16 years of service with UT Systems and has been with the Department of Diagnostic Radiology for almost two years.