To: Carrie Gose | Columbus Business First
Has been updated:
Columbus, Ohio (COLUMBUS BUSINESS FIRST) — gave six months’ notice that their work was being outsourced42% of the affected 567 OhioHealth Corp. IT employees retired early, including those whose jobs the Accenture division took over.
Central Ohio’s largest hospital system will close 314 positions on Jan. 3, according to a warning. news Filed with the Ohio Department of Work and Family Services.
Confirmed by OhioHealth Columbus Business First Of those who were notified to outsource their jobs in July, about 240 either found another job inside or outside the company or left the company.
About 54 people have been transferred to the Columbus offices of Accenture, the consulting giant OhioHealth has hired to take over the digital transformation of its electronic medical records and patient portals, a spokeswoman said in an email.
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https://www.nbc4i.com/news/columbus-business-first/heres-how-many-ohiohealth-it-workers-left-for-accenture-elsewhere-ahead-of-layoffs/ Here are the number of OhioHealth IT employees who left for Accenture: