Empowering Healthcare Organizations with Sodales

Higher Education & Healthcare

August 15, 2023

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Ensuring the well-being of patients and healthcare professionals is of utmost importance in the healthcare sector. This means effectively managing health, safety, and employee relations to create a safe and productive work environment while delivering top-notch patient care. As the healthcare industry rapidly evolves, driven by changing consumer behavior and workforce challenges, it is vital for healthcare providers and payers to modernize and integrate their operational and clinical systems. This allows for a comprehensive, enterprise-wide view of their business.

At Sodales, we understand the unique challenges faced by the healthcare sector. That’s why our cutting-edge modules for Enterprise Health, Safety, and Employee Relations are designed to help you navigate operational and industry challenges with ease. Our innovative modules and guidance empower healthcare organizations to improve risk management, enhance employee engagement, and elevate the overall employee experience. With Sodales, you can create a safe and healthy work environment that fosters the well-being of your employees.

Keep reading to explore how Sodales for Enterprise Health, Safety, and Employee Relations can address the operational and industry challenges faced by the healthcare sector.

Prioritizing employee well-being

In today’s challenging labor landscape, healthcare organizations are facing critical shortages and increasing burnout rates among their employees. In order to create a transparent, trusting, and equitable workplace, it is crucial to automate management processes and enhance collaboration between departments. At Sodales, we recognize the importance of employee well-being for a thriving and efficient organization. That is why we help you prioritize the health, safety and well-being of your workforce above all else.

How to make value-driven changes, with a more meaningful approach to employee health, safety, and well-being

A recent article in the Harvard Gazette indicates that physicians and nurses are not the only healthcare workers to feel burnout. Rather, the entire workforce, including, therapists, medical assistants, social workers, lab technicians and admin staff are reporting burnout. With these increasing rates, employers are taking it upon themselves to invest in their employees’ health, safety, and well-being. With Sodales, employers have the chance to make a difference, and to address healthcare employees’ basic needs.

So, how can Sodales solve this problem? Say goodbye to the hassles of traditional manual and paper-based systems and embrace the digital solution that Sodales offers. Our innovative platform is designed to create a positive work environment, boost employee retention, and ensure workplace safety – all in one convenient place. With Sodales modules at your disposal, you can tap into industry best practices for efficient case and complaint management, collective bargaining agreements, job bidding, grievance and discipline management, FMLA compliance, ergonomics, human rights compliance and more.

If we look at Sodales’ job bidding module for instance, it can accommodate complicated requirements as set out in a union’s collective bargaining agreement (CBA), and other critical factors such as seniority, region, and location. This module enables complete life-cycle support for defining job bidding rules, bid posting notifications, bid sheets, bid lists, and more.

As we progress into a digitally advanced century, paper filing methods have become outdated and redundant. Sodales’ grievance management module is an effective way to organize and manage various grievances, allowing employees and employers to effectively respond to grievances in a timely manner, provide a single resource for accessing policies and procedures, manage grievance steps from date of grievance submission to the end, generate responses, upload relevant documents, and more. But that’s not all, another great way that employers can simplify and enhance their employee’s experience is through Sodales’ Family and Medical Leave (FMLA) module. The FMLA module allows healthcare employers to easily track time-off requests for employees seeking unpaid and job-protected leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act.

Here are all of the industry-specific modules in which Sodales’ healthcare customers like IEHP and Health Sciences North can use to digitally transform their manual processes, and streamline business processes for risk management with transparent reporting into one central platform:

Think Sodales might be the right fit for your healthcare sector organization?

At Sodales we are passionate about sharing our industry expertise and experience when working with healthcare sector organizations. We understand the increasing pressures these organizations experience in maintaining positive employee experiences while managing tightening budgets. With Sodales, healthcare organizations can implement comprehensive safety measures to create a respectful and inclusive workplace. By giving employees a voice, we can help reduce violence in the workplace and prioritize their psychological well-being. In addition, our platform can help reduce employee fatigue, stress, and assist with workload management.

We believe that every employee should have the opportunity to excel without compromising their health, safety, and overall well-being. Our integrated health, safety, and employee relations platform provides an all-in-one solution for healthcare organizations to achieve lasting positive change.


Don’t let the ever-changing landscape of the healthcare industry hold you back. Embrace transformation and modernize your approach with Sodales for Enterprise Health, Safety, and Employee Relations. Together, we can overcome the challenges and embrace innovation to transform your healthcare business for the better. To learn more about how Sodales is helping the healthcare sector click here and book your industry specific demo today.


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