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Workday to expand suite of applications for healthcare industry

Workday, a provider of enterprise cloud applications for finance and human resources, announced plans to deliver a new application, Workday Inventory, as well as new features for Workday Procurement  designed to meet the supply chain management needs of healthcare providers. Combined with Workday Financial Management and Workday Human Capital Management (HCM), this new supply chain management functionality will equip healthcare providers with one system that offers visibility into talent needs, the flexibility to quickly adapt to new regulations and industry standards, and the ability to manage inventory and supplier interactions. Workday plans to design the expanded suite based on feedback from charter members of the Workday Healthcare Advisory Council, including Christiana Care Health System and Community Health Services of Georgia.

Extending the power of one system for healthcare providers Healthcare providers – as hospital systems, academic medical centers, and long-term care groups – are faced with dramatic industry changes including widespread industry consolidation and new business models which are forcing them to rethink their talent and organizational needs. Current systems are inflexible and costly to maintain, making it difficult for them to adapt to changes, and get the insights they need to move their organizations forward.

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Christiana Care Health System, Community Health Services of Georgia, HCM, Workday, Workday Financial Management, Workday Human Capital Management, Workday Inventory, Workday Procurement

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