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Concerro Acquires RES-Q

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Shift bidding software vendor Concerro announced this morning that it has acquired RES-Q Healthcare Systems, vendor of the 2009 Best in KLAS staff/nurse scheduling system. The RES-Q software includes applications for personnel management, enterprise-wide employee scheduling and staffing, open shift, surgery department management and case scheduling, patient acuity classification, and productivity management and reporting.

“RES-Q’s award winning labor management and scheduling applications are the only solutions that align completely with Concerro’s strategy to help healthcare organizations control labor costs through optimization rather than reduction,” said Graham Barnes, CEO of Concerro. “This acquisition reinforces Concerro’s commitment to delivering the most cost-effective and innovative solutions for hospitals. Unlike other legacy software, our management systems improve both quality of life and the bottom line across an installed base of more than 500 hospital facilities.”

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