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PBJ Reporting & ACA Compliance

  • Automatically collect and classify your employee data per CMS regulations
  • Track any work by employee including overnight shifts and multiple facilities
  • Produce CMS-formatted exportable reports for electronic filing
  • Access a clear audit trail with source data and processing history


Case Study: See How Greek American Rehabilitation & Care took PBJ Reporting from 60 hours to 2 mins with SmartLinx




Modernize Your Payroll-Based Journal Reporting System


SmartLinx connects every employee and schedule to actual time and attendance on a unified platform, giving you trusted staffing insights in real time to help you deliver the highest quality care at the lowest possible cost for every shift and facility.


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Optimize staffing to quality and efficiency

Using real-time integrated scheduling & attendance tracking to adapt to changing staffing needs and regulatory demands and prevent cost overruns and compliance issues.

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Predict Five-Star score and preempt staffing issues

Through machine learning and real-time integrated scheduling & attendance tracking to remediate nurse staffing issues and achieve target CMS rating.

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Submit accurate, audit-ready Payroll-Based Journal (PBJ)

With automated collection and classification of all CMS (including ACA)-required staffing information and real-time integrated time & attendance to fully comply and advert penalties.


Handle PBJ Reporting in Minutes, Not Days

No more scrambling to accumulate PBJ data. SmartLinx automatically collects and classifies your employee data per CMS regulations—including tricky stuff like overnight shifts or contractor hours—so it’s accurate and audit-ready at the click of a button.

“With a number of disparate existing systems and Payroll-Based Journal reporting deadlines approaching quickly, we really needed to re-think our approach to workforce management.”


Elizabeth Cogavin