Balancing Across Generations in the Workplace

56707677 - generation x y z millennials speedometer words 3d illustration Healthcare leadership is increasingly faced with management of generational differences within their organization.  Pew Research Center (May 2015) recently released the latest statistics from the US Labor Force showing how Millennials or Generation Y has surpassed Generation X as the largest

How I Learned to be Engaged and Get my Team Engaged

For all healthcare organizations, the mandate to improve clinical processes and ensure a high-quality patient experience is an outcome that is dependent on the commitment, skills, and dedication of an organization’s employees who have an enormous impact on the overall patient experience. With a potential 2% loss in reimbursements for organizations that do not meet patient

Top 4 Sources of Savings in Support Services – HFM Magazine

Soriant is proud to have contributed to HFM magazine this month with a feature story co-authored by our own Brian Nugent.  The article is titled "Top 4 Sources of Savings in Support Services" and provides examples of ways hospitals can reduce support-service costs.  Brian's co-author, Conrad Emmerich, knows first hand the value of engaging Soriant's

Soriant Evolves to Better Serve You

Soriant Solutions continues to Evolve to Better Serve You – Achievement Highlights of 2014 2014 has been a great year for Soriant Solutions.  Along with expanding our business and adding service lines to our offerings, we have been able to accomplish some ambitious goals.  Our most notable accomplishments of the year include: Additional Service Lines

Thanksgiving Recipe

By Jessica Rodriquez Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday.  I love when the entire family gathers to eat, drink, fight, and share good conversation.  And, let’s face it, who doesn’t like all the leftovers? Thanksgiving at my home is pretty traditional: Classic roasted Turkey, oven roasted vegetables, stuffing, and assorted pies.   But, my all-time favorite food

Engaged Employees – Improving Outcomes and Maximizing your Bottom Line

There is significant emphasis on employee engagement these days.  Hospital administrators are concerned with ensuring their patients have a positive experience – and much of that is influenced by the interaction they have with hospital employees.  It is clear that employee engagement positively influences the fluidity with which work gets completed and patients feel valued. 

Ebola Preparedness

With the reality of Ebola now existing in the United States, Soriant Solutions wants to offer the below link as a great resource of information. As with anything the best way to manage a situation is by being prepared.  Consider bookmarking the below link as it is being updated constantly with valuable resources. https://www.aha.org/ebola/home Consider reviewing

Hospital Presumptive Eligibility

The following post was written by our guest blogger, Anne Filipic, President, Enroll America. Hospital Presumptive Eligibility:  An Opportunity to Improve Efficiency, Connect Patients to Coverage, and Increase Hospital Reimbursements    By Anne Filipic, President, Enroll America The Affordable Care Act now offers hospitals a new opportunity to connect patients to Medicaid by using presumptive

Soriant Solutions Welcomes Jyl Gryder

Jyl Gryder has joined the Soriant Solutions team to support corporate growth and client relations.  She comes with a wealth of experience in sales and marketing, having spent more than a decade in business development. Jyl has successfully launched new business development initiatives, resulting in customer base growth.  She is excited about the opportunity to

Recognizing Malnutrition: Why it Matters

Disease-related malnutrition is a common and costly problem in healthcare. An estimated 30% to 50% of hospitalized patients are undernourished. Left untreated, malnutrition can lead to a range of problems, including: increased length of hospital stay, increased postoperative complications, decreased wound healing, and increased mortality. Unfortunately, malnutrition in the hospital setting is often under-recognized and