The healthcare sector is constantly affected by new technology in every way, including recruitment and staffing. Now, a pair of Dallas-based enterprises are looking to leverage rideshare tech in order to bridge the gap of employment for healthcare facilities needing nursing staff.
Sadient Health hopes to eliminate recruiters, pay nurses more, and charge hospitals less when staffing nurses. When a facility has a shift to fill, they access a list of nurses through Sadient’s app that allows them to see the certifications and specializations of the nurses, and they can book them accordingly. Because Sadient cuts out what used to be handled manually with a room full of recruiters and credential validators, those savings can be passed on to the nurses and hospitals.
From the nurse’s perspective, they enter their qualifications (which Sadient verifies), specialties, how far they are willing to drive and when they are available. They get a notification on their phone about a possible shift, and they can accept or decline.
Sadient has been picked up by hospitals, clinics, and infusion clinics in Dallas and East Texas, and have over 100 nurses signed up so far.
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