Healthcare has and will continue to be a hot topic, and Sarah Snetzer and her team at Sadiant Health are changing the way nurses are able to provide care for those who need it most.
Ms. Snetzer became the CEO of Sadiant Health in January 2017 before making a permanent move to Frisco with her family in summer 2018.
Ms. Snetzer’s sister is a registered nurse who experienced first-hand how nursing shortages affected patient care. “She had the idea to create a solution that is similar to popular rideshare apps, connecting healthcare professionals to healthcare facilities in a timely manner. We partnered with a Frisco-based technology team, responsible for successful apps such as match.com and aa.com,” Ms. Snetzer says.
Today, Sadiant has an app and technology platform that matches and connects healthcare facilities with healthcare professionals. Without recruiters and credential managers, Sadiant pays nurses significantly more and charges facilities significantly less.
Ms. Snetzer says she most hopes to improve patient care through their on-demand staffing solution that quickly places nurses where there are high-priority needs. This gives nurses more flexibility to choose their schedules and pay them more, which improves morale and reduces burnout.