Nurses & Doctors
As a healthcare professional, RightStaff allows you to choose when and where you want to work. The easy-to-use app allows you to input your availability and skills, and then matches you to suitable shifts at hospitals. This ensures that you get shifts that are right for you.
In addition, RightStaff is building an online community, which allows you to connect to other healthcare professionals and access all of your training and e-learning materials in one place.
- Have flexibility and control over your working hours
- Communicate with colleagues
- Have access to high quality training materials
- Develop your skillset by working in different departments and wards
“It’s handy because it’s on my phone, it’s with me all the time, and it’s just nice and convenient.” Healthcare Assistant using RightStaff.
Working with healthcare organisations and their professionals, RightStaff has co-developed a platform which strengthens the relationship with your workforce. RightStaff does this by:
- Actively engaging the local and regional supply pool of high quality workers
- Increasing fill rates and reducing reliance on expensive agencies
- Ensuring you have optimal demand management processes in place to manage your workforce efficiently in the long-run
“It’s all really easy, and it’s just making our fill rates much better and it’s making the lives of the ward sisters significantly easier as well.” Chief Nurse using RightStaff.
RightStaff has been developed by Ryalto in association with EY, with the mission to re-ignite the passion and desirability of being a professional in healthcare. We do this through a mobile platform, which enables members of our community to maximise their potential to deliver the best service for their patients and being rewarded and recognised accordingly.
We believe that all healthcare professionals should be able to choose when and where they want to work. We also know engaged and well informed workforces have been shown to improve the quality of patient care.
RightStaff launched RightNurse at the Chief Nursing Officer’s Summit in February 2017. It is currently being implemented alongside RightDoctor across a number of hospitals and is being led by an experienced team with over 20 years of healthcare experience.
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