Healthcare workforce enablement company recognized for host of innovative solutions
Relias, the trusted workforce enablement partner to more than 11,000 healthcare and human service organizations and 4.5 million caregivers, announced today that it has been named number 10 among the Top 100 Healthcare Technology Companies of 2023 chosen by The Healthcare Technology Report. Relias was recognized among an esteemed group of companies ranging from established corporations to newer, emerging businesses.
This annual award recognizes the leading companies in the healthcare technology space who affect real change and bolster the efforts of healthcare organizations across the industry.
“We’re honored to have received this esteemed recognition among the top healthcare technology companies,” said Kay Krafft, Chief Executive Officer at Relias. “It is a testament to the creativity and entrepreneurial spirit of our remarkable teams. We owe this achievement to our dedicated employees who continuously strive for innovation.”
Among Relias’ workforce enablement solutions for healthcare organizations of every size is the Relias SaaS Platform, which integrates with HRIS or HCM vendors to improve workflows and data movement across multiple systems to save customers time. It hosts solutions designed to ease administrative burden around vital workflows for effective nurse recruiting, standardized clinical onboarding, simplified mandatory training enrollment for all staff, consistent competency management, and retention-driving staff development.
While many health-tech companies focus on just the administrative experience versus the learner experience or vice versa, Relias does both. The Platform gives users a personalized environment to manage their license and certifications and grow their careers conveniently — whether from their laptops or from the Relias mobile app.
That personalization also extends to nurses when visiting Nurse.com, a Relias site and mobile app. As one of the largest engaged online nurse communities, nurses access education relevant to their needs, content and career resources, and social connections with other nurses
As the evolving regulatory and compliance landscape creates complex workflows for health care, Relias is focused on innovation and new solutions to streamline administration and to minimize risk exposure for its customers. By connecting compliance software and AI-driven risk analytics with mandatory training and policy management already on the Relias Platform, we provide customers with the ability to apply regulations, identify risks, and drive better training compliance rates with a single partner.
Relias recognizes the vast impact of artificial intelligence and machine learning and the importance of incorporating that innovation into customer workflows in ways that drive a shared mission to elevate care quality, reduce risk, and retain our vital healthcare workforce.
Additional information about The Healthcare Technology Report’s Top 100 Healthcare Technology Companies of 2023, including the full list of winners, can be found here.
About The Healthcare Technology Report
The Healthcare Technology Report provides market research and insights, business news, investment activity updates and important corporate developments related to the healthcare technology sector. Based in New York City, the firm is run by a seasoned team of editors, writers, and media professionals highly knowledgeable on healthcare technology and the various companies, executives and investors that make up the sector.
Relias provides lifelong workforce enablement solutions for more than 11,000 healthcare and human services organizations and 4.5 million caregivers to drive measurable outcomes. Customers use Relias solutions to attract and retain talent, elevate care quality and reduce risk with our technology, services, community, and expertise. The Relias family of brands — Nurse.com, Wound Care Education Institute, Relias Academy, FreeCME, and Relias Media — serves the entire healthcare community and shares a common goal of improving the lives of the most vulnerable members of society and those who care for them.