Focused on the People Providing Healthcare

HealthStream is dedicated to improving patient outcomes through the development of healthcare organizations' greatest asset: their people. Our solutions are contracted by, collectively, approximately 4.5 million healthcare employees in the U.S. for workforce development, training & learning management, talent management, credentialing, privileging, provider enrollment, performance assessment, and managing simulation-based education programs. Our research solutions provide valuable insight to healthcare providers to meet CAHPS requirements, improve the patient experience, engage their workforce, and enhance physician alignment.

We are committed to solving big problems in healthcare. From hospitals to long term care, and across the care continuum, there are challenges stemming from demographic changes, governmental mandates, and the need for higher care quality. HealthStream helps organizations strengthen the revenue cycle, improve care transitions, increase retention, reduce risk, plan for leadership succession, be more compliant, and understand their opportunities for improvement, to name just a few of the ways we help care providers. What unites us is our philosophy that “every patient deserves the best possible workforce.”




 
  • 1990
    Year Founded
  • 1,000+
    Team Members
  • $209M
    2015 Revenue

HealthStream’s vision is to improve the quality of healthcare by assessing and developing the people who deliver care.

 

 

Our Brands

HealthStream continues to expand our community of brands, through organizations focused on solving big problems faced by our customers. We have acquired these companies because they are leaders among their competitors, share our focus on improving the healthcare workforce, and demonstrate a strong commitment to quality and customer service that is aligned with HealthStream’s values.



See Our Solutions In Action

For more than 25 years, more than 4,000 healthcare organizations have partnered with HealthStream to fulfill their promise of high quality care.

 
The face of healthcare is changing. We’re seeing much more acute patients now so our staff have to be better prepared to deal with emergency situations that come up as a result.
David Hunter
Lead Clinical Educator

Rochester Regional Health

After implementing the American Heart Association HeartCode® program, Rochester Regional Health cut training time by 50% for both instructors and staff, which saved money and allowed staff more time to focus on patient care and advanced training
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50%
reduction in training time for staff and instructors
Forrest General Hospital
We worked very closely with our HealthStream implementation specialist to decide what kind of assessment we wanted, discuss rating scales, create student groups, and identify which student groups needed which assessment.
Linda Holmes
RN-BC, MSN

Forrest General Hospital

Forrest General Hospital, implemented HealthStream’s Performance and Competency Centers to address its outdated performance management and competency evaluation systems, improve training quality and consistency, reduce staff time and frustration, and meet DNV accreditation requirements across its network of providers and facilities. Read Full Story
92%
close rate on competency-based performance evaluation
 
By combining the HealthStream data, patient comments, priority analysis, our PSAT (Patient Satisfaction Action Tool) reports, and various other communication tools, we’ve been able to gain the leverage needed to effectively communicate with our staff.
Rick LaVanture
Senior Vice President and Chief Strategic Officer

Holy Spirit Health System

HSHS desired to improve CAHPS scores and employee engagement. Since partnering with HealthStream, hospital patient response increased 3.4%. Staff engagement has increased - participation rose to nearly 50% at voluntary employee forums.


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3.4%
increase in hospital patient response
 
I find in working with HealthStream in our partnership, it's the innovation, the caring that i see, and it's the collaborative relationship with HealthStream that is special.
Annette Dailey
Learning System Manager

Kettering Health Network

Kettering Health Network was facing several challenges, including effectively managing employee competencies, standardizing its education program, improving HCAHPS scores, minimizing training inefficiencies, and improving its accreditation process.

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$751,766
savings over 3 years related to BLS and ACLS

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Recognized for Excellence

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