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The importance of efficient intensive care scheduling
Posted on 5/23/2018 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Intensive care faces some challenging obstacles, and the future of the intensive care unit (IC) will be built around these challenges and will have to make some changes basically due to the decline of expert intensive or critical care providers and ...
Implementing a hospitalist scheduling program to manage growth
Posted on 5/16/2018 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Just like a cardiologist specializes in heart patient care, a hospitalist specializes in hospitalized patient care. And, the number of patients being treated by this type of physician is growing. Hospitalists, however, have a demanding schedule. ...
New features -- May 2018
Posted on 5/15/2018 by ByteBloc in category: scheduling software news
Working revisions of schedules can be sent via email from the schedule version screen Max in a row dependencies are included in the conflict view for schedule versions When a provider is selected in the schedule version screen, ...
Seven ways emergency medicine scheduling software makes the ER department less stressful
Posted on 5/9/2018 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
If your ER department's doctors, nurses and other staff members are stressed out because of emergency medicine scheduling, rest assure you're not the only one going through this. Inaccurate and unpredictable manual on-call scheduling can really put ...
Benefits of using a healthcare schedule maker for scheduling nurses
Posted on 5/2/2018 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Managing any staff is without a doubt a huge challenge, however, nursing has its own unique challenges and scheduling for them is especially hard. This is because emergency medicine requires an around-the-clock nurse schedule with 24/7 coverage, ...
How to improve the emergency doctor schedule to deal positively with physician burnout and stress
Posted on 4/25/2018 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Everybody knows doctors tend to work long hours. In fact, according to AMA Insurance's 2014 Work/Life Profiles of Today's Physician, many doctors work up to 60 hours a week — some even up to 80 hours a week. Physician burnout is a work-related ...
Best practices for implementing doctor scheduling software
Posted on 4/18/2018 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
As a scheduling administrator in an emergency healthcare setting, you have a variety of responsibilities. You're responsible for ensuring the hospital or multiple hospitals are adequately staffed and if you're also a physician, you have to manage ...
New features -- April 2018
Posted on 4/15/2018 by ByteBloc in category: scheduling software news
Regular pay rate categories can be prevented to apply to overtime Both the shift full name and the shift short name are shown when defining shift relations In the provider information screen, shifts are ordered based on the ...
How emergency room physician scheduling software helps in the spring months
Posted on 4/11/2018 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
The spring months tend to bring in more patients to the emergency room, particularly if they live in areas where they've been cooped up all winter long. People are out trying to groom their yards and prepare it for the next few warmer months. ...
Optimizing ER scheduling through software
Posted on 4/4/2018 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
ER departments face numerous challenges. They can be extremely busy at times, and the predictability of that is … well, not something you can predict. As the physician scheduling administrator, you need to address all sorts of things like patient ...
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