TriHealth, one of the top integrated health systems in greater Cincinnati, has chosen Oracle Fusion Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM) to simplify and consolidate its existing HR systems on a single platform. With Oracle Cloud HCM, the company’s HR team will be able to eliminate manual processes and improve the employee experience so its more than 13,000+ team members and physicians can spend less time on administrative tasks and more time caring for patients.
TriHealth was established in 1995 as a partnership between Good Samaritan Hospital and Bethesda Hospital, Inc., and has since grown to become the third largest employer in Greater Cincinnati. The company provides a wide range of clinical, educational, preventive, and social programs through five hospitals and more than 140 sites of care. Recently, the organization examined its existing HR solutions and realized that complex integrations and hours spent on system maintenance could become an inhibiter to the company’s growth if left unaddressed. To address these challenges, TriHealth selected Oracle Cloud HCM for its ability to provide a unified HR system that delivers the latest capabilities and offers the flexibility to meet changing needs as the healthcare industry and its business evolve.
“With change happening at record pace, we are always thinking about where the healthcare industry is headed and what our patients and team members will need in the future,” said David Cook, senior vice president and chief people officer, TriHealth. “We needed an HR platform from an HCM provider that had experience in our industry and could collaborate with us to improve the value of HR to our team members. Oracle Cloud HCM will set us up for success as we continue to serve our community with vital healthcare services.”
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With Oracle Cloud HCM, TriHealth will be able to focus the efforts of its HR team on tasks that add value to the company instead of manually managing HR data and administrative processes. By offering a simple and intuitive user interface, Oracle Cloud HCM will further increase efficiencies by helping HR leaders, managers, and other employees navigate the system quickly and easily with personalized and contextual journey workflows, allowing them more time to focus on their higher-level job functions. Employees will also be able to benefit from self-service access to HR information and functions such as updating their employee profiles whether from their mobile device or laptop.
“Over the past few years, the healthcare industry has streamlined businesses processes to remove inefficiencies and better support essential workers,” said Chris Leone, senior vice president of development, Oracle Cloud HCM. “With Oracle Cloud HCM, organizations like TriHealth can connect human resource processes from pre-hire to retire, embrace automation, and enhance employee experience to improve insights, streamline workforce planning, and optimize employee productivity.”
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