Nursing home customers avoid OT, fill gaps
Excerpt of story provided by Crain's Cleveland Business
Written by Chuck Soder
It's no wonder Eli Coury describes OnShift Inc.'s scheduling software as “the bomb.”
Mr. Coury, CEO of BHP Management LLC, said the three Northeast Ohio nursing homes he runs are spending about 20% less on nurses and nursing assistants because of the Cleveland company's software, which has helped the homes keep their staff levels even and avoid almost all overtime costs.
OnShift, founded in 2007 as StaffKnex, has sold its software to 55 customers, mostly nursing homes, and ramped up its sales and marketing in an effort to secure 200 customers by the end of the year, said CEO Mark Woodka...
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