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OnShift

Category: Software - Payroll-Based Journal Reporting

OnShift Payroll-Based Journal Reporting software helps skilled nursing providers meet CMS’ staffing reporting requirements in three easy steps. OnShift’s PBJ software collects staffing information, including agency and contractor hours; provides a centralized view into staffing information so it can be easily reviewed and edited prior to submission; and delivers a submission-ready report that can be easily uploaded to CMS’ Payroll-Based Journal system. For more information and PBJ resources, visit www.onshift.com/pbj.

1621 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115
Tel: (216) 333-1353
email: info@onshift.com

www.onshift.com

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New workforce mobile app debuts

OnShift has announced its new mobile app, OnShift Wallet powered by PayActiv.

Winners announced for Scheduler of the Year

OnShift has announced the winners of its annual Scheduler of the Year Awards last week.

New employee engagement software released

OnShift Engage, a new cloud-based employee engagement software solution, is designed to measure satisfaction and track employee performance, the company said.

Weatherhead list of fastest-growing companies features post-acute vendor

OnShift has been ranked No. 8 on Weatherhead 100's annual list of Northeast Ohio's fastest-growing companies.

Staffing vendor listed on Deloitte tech list

OnShift is ranked 326 on Deloitte's Technology Fast 500™ for 2016. OnShift has achieved 229% growth in revenue.

OnShift gives LeadingAge members a PBJ discount

LeadingAge members can obtain Payroll-Based Journal Reporting software through OnShift at a reduced rate, under a new agreement.

Staffing software company announces financing

OnShift has closed $18 million in Series D financing.

Providers that are extensions of hospitals will win in the ACO era, experts say

Nursing homes and other post-acute providers should position themselves now as top-tier candidates for accountable care organizations, or they risk losing significant market share, experts said in a McKnight's webcast yesterday.