Personnel can represent up to half your operating costs. Under and overutilization is expensive. Crew is our solution to use staff more efficiently, so everyone is happier. With Crew, you can liberate your team from unnecessary overtime and long back-to-back shifts. You can see and understand your staffing utilization and get recommendations that optimize your team’s shifts.
Crew’s staffing optimization solution helps you manage your staff by combining shift and case data. You’ll see the actual usage, workload, and skills required to run your procedural areas. Crew produces alerts and reports: the daily roster, anesthesia coverage, cross-training opportunities, and key metrics such as overtime, turnover, and contract-specified ratios. This optimization is not only about your staff—it results in better health outcomes for patients. LEARN MORE »
By happier, we mean less burnout, less overtaxing one person, and underutilizing another. We mean fostering professional development by recognizing cross-training opportunities. We mean safer procedures by better pairing the right skills with the right needs. LEARN MORE »
To schedule the right number of clinical staff members with the proper skills for a given procedure, the hospital needs to understand staff demand and supply. Current solutions often only tell part of the story, leaving managers making decisions with limited visibility. Limited visibility can lead to mistakes. Crew analyzes all the data to help you make better-informed decisions. LEARN MORE »
1) Predict staff demand, so you are ready
Crew analyzes the backlog of cases and historical data. It looks at how procedures were performed in the past to better inform you about what will be needed in the future.
2) Project supply constraints
Crew combines staff schedules, skills required, equipment requirements, coverage contracts, and room availability. There are just too many factors to do this efficiently or accurately without a little AI help.
3) Match demand and
Crew identifies opportunities for extra cases, reduces overstaffing, and matches skill sets to the work—a very complicated, if even possible, process to do on your own