UKG Consulting Services
HealthNET consultants are experts in UKGTM solutions and healthcare workforce management. We understand the importance of meeting the needs of your entire workforce — from administrative staff to clinicians. Let us help you implement and optimize your UKG solutions successfully, so you can focus on delivering quality, cost-effective care to the communities you serve.
How We Help
Our consultants have deep UKG DimensionsTM and Workforce Central® expertise and have on average more than 20 years of hands-on healthcare experience. We identify your health system’s specific needs, then combine that with best practices and our UKG knowledge to ensure you succeed. Our specific areas of expertise include:
- Dimensions planning, project management, and optimization
- Workforce Central to Dimensions migrations
- Pay practice alignment
- Strategic guidance
- Program and project management
- Staff scheduling
- Absence management
- Analytics & reporting
- HR and Payroll interim leadership
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HealthNET has a successful track record of assisting clients with large-scale, complex UKG implementations. A sampling of our UKG engagements in the following locations includes:
Maryland – Dimensions migration at a five-hospital health system with 6,000 employees, supporting the project in multiple ways, including workflow process improvement, creation of implementation schedule, system design and build, testing, super-user training, progress reports, and go-live support.
Massachusetts – System selection services for a metro Boston academic health system where UKG (Kronos) was ultimately chosen. HealthNET also provided system design and implementation services, including pay practice alignment across the health system, timekeeping, advanced scheduler, patient acuity and workload management.
Pennsylvania – Pay practice alignment and Dimensions migration at a 7-hospital health system with 22 urgent care facilities, 14,000+ employees, and 2,200 physicians. Prior to HealthNET’s assistance, the health system operated four disparate HR/payroll systems and three disparate time and attendance systems. Today, the health system has one HR/payroll system and one time and attendance system for all employees. Workforce management staff are centralized, and resources can be shared easily across the entire organization.