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Los Angeles Hospital Implements Self-scheduling

January 7, 2008
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Northridge Hospital Medical Center, Los Angeles, has added a self-scheduling feature for employees.

The 425-bed hospital adopted the application from RES-Q, Calabasas, Calif., to give employees more control over their schedules.

According to RES-Q, Northridge has used its system since 1999 to manage staffing and scheduling for 1,200 employees. The RES-Q software produces skill-matched and financially optimized staffing schedules, according to the company.

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