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What are the signs its time to use emergency room physician scheduling software
Posted on 10/23/2019 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Your emergency room department is likely dealing with many challenges. No doubt you're frequently short-staffed and overcrowded. Your patient volumes vary and each patient has their own unique medical needs where it calls for different types of ...
The benefits of using doctor scheduling software for healthcare networks
Posted on 10/16/2019 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Health networks face unique challenges. First, it's crucial you stay on top of the latest medical innovations and advances in patient care. Then, while you're doing so, you need to also stay compliant and work to ensure the safety, health and rights ...
Five actions to take for better ER scheduling
Posted on 10/9/2019 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
There's nothing typical about emergency medicine scheduling. Multiple factors drive the ER staffing model. This could mean your ER has anywhere from single doctor coverage to overlapping doctor coverage or more. Not only is your hospital ...
Overcoming the cons of rotating schedules with scheduling software
Posted on 10/2/2019 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
While certain professional fields work on a traditional 9 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday work schedule, others like healthcare, basically require 24/7 staffing. Rotating schedules (shift work) is intended to offer physicians with enough time off ...
Communicating the Benefits of a Physician Scheduler to Your Doctors
Posted on 9/25/2019 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
If your physicians are constantly complaining about their schedule, there's likely a reason. Perhaps the same doctor is always being assigned to the worst call or one doctor, in particular, doesn't ever seem to get the worst call. Maybe one doctor ...
Why physician assistant scheduling software is needed now more than ever
Posted on 9/19/2019 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
According to the Health Care Cost Institute's (HCCI) new research brief, fewer patients are seeing their regular doctors, opting to see a physician assistant (PA) or nurse practitioner (NP) more often. To analyze PCP utilization trends, analysts at ...
Seven ways medical scheduling software benefits practices and patients
Posted on 9/11/2019 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Trying to juggle your role as a physician scheduler and a physician yourself, can be challenging. You're responsible for not just patient care, but you also have to create a fair and equitable schedule quickly. Most likely, you more than anyone, ...
MD scheduling software for group practices
Posted on 8/22/2019 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Group practices involve two or more doctors who all work within the same facility providing medical care. They use the same staff and split the revenue in a way the group agreed upon previously. A group practice might consist of doctors from ...
Seven advantages of using hospitalist scheduling software
Posted on 8/15/2019 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Hospitalists often work seven days, 12- to 14-hour days, followed by seven days off. And, although this schedule appeals to newer doctors with no other obligations, many hospitalists who are older with less stamina or those with families might find ...
How to automate physician shift scheduling
Posted on 8/7/2019 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Physician scheduling is an extremely complex job requiring a lot of energy and time. It’s challenging to say the least, especially if it’s done in a manual way, such as using pen and paper or spreadsheets.. Since it's so complex, when you're in ...
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