Automatically pay prior weeks due to late timesheets and determine if overtime is necessary.
Properly blend multiple pay rates per FLSA guidelines.
Easily record PBJ data together with payroll and generate the necessary files for easy upload to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Find employees and paychecks across multiple facilities without having to search within each software tab.
With facilities in multiple states, selecting the correct tax profile for your employees can be challenging. Offload the mundane task of looking up the correct taxes for each employee. Geo tax automatically sets up the employee's tax profile based on where they work and live.
Track and pay shift differentials either as separate pay codes or automatically combine with the regular pay codes.
Effortlessly work with files for a new hire or payroll imports.
Have Viventium handle the PTO calculations by dynamically assigning rules based on departments, positions, shifts, length of service, and more.
Allow employees to view information like charge dates, patient information, location, and rate upfront. Audit unpaid hours easily.
Easily run reports, create charts, and build graphs across all facilities with our Business Intelligence tool. Review overtime by department across each facility and instantly get details, like which facility incurred the most overtime. Rest assured, our built-in security only allows facility managers to access information from their facilities.
“As the skilled nursing industry continues to expand, so do its complex regulations, reporting requirements, and quality control measures. My focus at Viventium is to simplify compliance for skilled nursing facilities so they can increase efficiency and provide quality care while meeting their compliance obligations.” - Malka Trump, CPA, CPP, Director of Compliance
“The skilled nursing industry is differentiated by tight regulation and oversight, together with unique ACA requirements like payroll-based journal reporting. When I entered the HCM world over 29 years ago, I was already very connected to nursing facilities through two elderly relatives who spent the last years of their lives as residents. Therefore, easing the burden of skilled nursing facilities in meeting their payroll/HR compliance obligations so they can provide quality care gives me great personal satisfaction.” - Yonina Shineweather, CPA, Consulting Director of Compliance Services
You’ll receive high-quality client service from your Health Support Team. Together, they’ve supported nearly 1,000 health services clients like yours through unique industry challenges. Whether you need audit assistance, or help with system navigation or custom reports, our team is available to help. They’ve even assisted clients with local regulations, like wage parity in New York.
We have the tools and people to support your HR team with everything from employee handbooks to employee relations issues. Your employees are your greatest company asset and your biggest source of liability. With the right HR practices in place, you’ll be able to mitigate risk and maximize potential.
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It’s not just the 30 years of payroll industry experience or the fact that we pay 215,000 health services employees, but maybe it’s the over 92% client retention rate that allows skilled nursing agencies to have confidence and reassurance that their payroll is done right.
Skilled nursing facilities have unique payroll and HCM needs. Unfortunately, many software providers fall short of meeting those needs. Not because they aren’t great at handling payroll and HR, but because they aren’t suited to manage payroll and HR for skilled nursing facilities. From incomplete knowledge to inadequate reporting to insufficient tools, generic providers aren’t equipped to tackle the nuances and complexities inherent at skilled nursing facilities. Read “Generic Payroll and HCM Create Generic Results” to discover what happened when this facility replaced its payroll and HCM provider with one that finally understood its business.Download