Healthcare workforce management system is a clinically driven healthcare management instrument that designs to empower hospital and clinic management. Healthcare facilities such as hospitals, clinics and doctors’ office are facing a number of common problems that includes managing shift differentials, attracting and retaining top talent and keeping track of multiple pay rates. To overcome the above mentioned problems healthcare organizations are adopting healthcare workforce management systems to ensure effective and accurate workforce management. Healthcare workforce management systems are utilized to perform the following: streamlines and improves staff/management communication, ensures prompt and accurate payroll and increases employee satisfaction and productivity. Other benefit of the healthcare workforce management systems include applies work rules fairly and consistently and manages labor costs through optimized staff deployment. The global healthcare workforce management systems market can be segmented on basis of the following: software available in the market, end users and geography.
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Over the past few years healthcare workforce management systems are taking a paradigm shift among the healthcare providers owing to growth in demand of healthcare services. Geriatric population, growing health care consumerism and new models of health care delivery and payment demand the growth of healthcare workforce management systems worldwide. As an instance, the U.S. Census Bureau stated that, fastest growing segment of the U.S. population is geriatric groups. According to World Health Organization (WHO) estimated, the global geriatric population would increase from 524 million in 2010 to around 2 billion by 2050. Moreover, the global geriatric population would grow at the fastest rate in developed countries such as the U.S., the U.K. and Japan. Moreover, increasing regulatory compliance for effective utilization of workforce management systems and technological advancement in workforce management systems also accounted for the market growth of healthcare workforce management systems. While, high cost and data security concern associated with healthcare workforce management systems would restrict the market demand to some extent during the study period.
North America dominates the global market for healthcare workforce management systems due to rising awareness among people and growing demand of healthcare workforce management systems in this region. Moreover, technological advancement in healthcare workforce management systems is also accentuating the market growth in North American region. Europe represents the second position in the global healthcare workforce management systems market due to presence of large geriatric population base in European region. Asia-Pacific is considered as an untapped market due to lack of proper healthcare facilities in some Asian countries. Asian market growth will be fuelled by the presence of untapped opportunities due to extensive increase in the healthcare infrastructure. Similarly, Asia-Pacific is considered as an emerging market due to growing market penetration in this region.
Increasing disposable income and growing demand of healthcare IT solutions also accounted for the market growth in Asia-Pacific countries. Rest of the world (RoW) holds fourth position in the global healthcare workforce management systems market due to poor economic and health condition in most of the African countries. Healthcare workforce management systems market growth in RoW will be fuelled by extensive increase in healthcare infrastructure in Brazil and Mexico.
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Some of the major market players involved in manufacturing the healthcare workforce management systems and contributing the global market share includes Infor, Inc., Kronos, Inc., Mckesson Corporation, Automatic Data Processing, Inc., Cornerstone Ondemand, Inc., Workday, Inc. among others.