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Emergency Providers Scheduling Software

ByteBloc Software was founded over two decades ago by an emergency physician to help other emergency medicine physicians and providers with their scheduling needs. Since then, ByteBloc has adapted its software to accommodate thousands of variations in emergency rooms schedules.

With an emergency room physician as the creator and overseer, the software is tailored specifically to meet the many and complex facets of scheduling the work for emergency providers. ByteBloc software has been implemented by emergency rooms in all 50 U.S. states, Canada, and several other countries. ByteBloc was the top-rated physician scheduling software in a review done by ACEP's Section of "Computers in Emergency Medicine".

The ByteBloc software is also easily adaptable to the scheduling needs of groups outside of emergency medicine.

Happy customers

"I have used ByteBloc software for nearly 20 years. I have always received prompt, friendly and definitive assistance with ByteBloc. The web product is so user friendly. Thank you!"
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Clients in all 50 US states and Canada

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Scheduling software advanced features

For the schedule administrator

  • Posting of up-to-date schedules online
  • Full control over schedules through advanced features
  • Automated gathering of on/off and future requests
  • Staging of provider requests and shift balancing
  • Payroll reports with multiple pay structures
  • And many more scheduler features »

For the provider

  • 24x7 Online access to personalized schedules
  • Mobile apps to view agenda and enter requests
  • Enter requests for shifts, time on/off & vacation
  • Manage availability, requests, and confirm shifts
  • Swap-meet for available shifts and splitting of shifts
  • And many more provider features »

Mobile apps for your phone

Overcoming the complex task of developing a physician assistant schedule

Physician assistants (PAs) play an important role in your medical practice. PAs are formally educated to diagnose illnesses and injuries, to examine patients, and to provide treatment under the supervision of doctors and surgeons. PAs tend to work every imaginable schedule due to the varied and intense demands of their job. Some may work normal office hours, whereas, others could work a number of long shifts throughout the week. PAs need to be ...
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