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Summer emergency physician schedule challenges
Posted on 7/22/2021 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Emergency visits typically increase from the time of the first signs of summer until school resumes. This means that every summer many more people are expected in hospitals for accidents, and more. Factors, such as yard work and outdoor recreation ...
New Features -- July 2021
Posted on 7/15/2021 by ByteBloc in category: scheduling software news
The list provider without requests for a schedule is available from the schedule revision screen Notifications can sent to providers when their shift assignment requests are either accepted or denied Review details can be made ...
ER scheduling software for complex medical specialties
Posted on 7/14/2021 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
The medical field is an ever-expanding ocean, and more "fish" are released into this expanded pool every year. And with that comes a big decision: in which area to specialize. From surgery to emergency medicine to anesthesiology and pulmonology, ...
Five Ways to Improve Your Departments ER Physician Schedule
Posted on 7/7/2021 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
The ER department in any hospital is a dynamic, complex place, and scheduling workers in this environment is deemed much more complicated. Given that the ER department is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, staffing it is a lot more tedious work ...
How to Improve Medical Staff Scheduling in Your Health Care Organization
Posted on 6/30/2021 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Optimal distribution of your staff's working period is an essential factor in the success of your health care clinic. But the challenge is, you are possibly spending more time sorting out your staffs' schedules. In fact, scheduling medical personnel ...
Six Scheduling Inefficiencies Solved by Hospital Scheduling Software
Posted on 6/24/2021 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Hospitals need to be a well-oiled machine to run smoothly and best serve patient needs. And, one of the most important areas that need to operate (pun intended) without a hitch is the scheduling of hospital staff. Scheduling of hospital staff can be ...
Five Emergency Medicine Shift Schedules Mistakes to Avoid
Posted on 6/17/2021 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Staff scheduling mistakes are inevitable because you have so many schedules to manage. However, using the right tools can dramatically reduce (or even eliminate) errors from the scheduling process. Poor physician scheduling can have a negative ...
New Features -- June 2021
Posted on 6/15/2021 by ByteBloc in category: scheduling software news
When a user responds to a change proposal posted in the swap and the proposal was created by a user not assigned to the shift, then the creator of the proposal receives a copy of the email notification sent to the user assigned to the shift. ...
Seven ways ER physicians can relieve burnout
Posted on 6/9/2021 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Working in an emergency room setting is very fast-paced and extremely taxing on the body. With the higher levels of stress, having everyone looking to you for answers, it is no wonder more than 40% of emergency room physicians report feelings of ...
Reasons to make the switch to physician scheduling software
Posted on 6/3/2021 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
There are several things to be considered if you manage an emergency room department, like overcrowding, patient flow fluctuations, staff shortages, and more. The emergency room is an extremely hard health department to schedule for. Not only do ...
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