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Using a rule-based system for nurse scheduling
Posted on 4/17/2019 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Of all the industries where shift scheduling demands are very complex and involved, it’s the schedules for nurses that present schedulers many challenges. Shift-work nurses often experience fatigue. Overtime and longer shifts are linked with ...
New features -- April 2019
Posted on 4/15/2019 by ByteBloc in category: scheduling software news
In the provider information screen, cells with invalid value are highlighted upon save In the master calendar, the context menu for shifts is available from both the name of the shift and the name of the provider assigned In the ...
Is it time to replace your on call scheduling software
Posted on 4/10/2019 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Will replacing your current on-call scheduling software help improve your overall efficiency and improve patient care? If you're not sure if it's time to upgrade your physician scheduling program, you may want to ask yourself some questions. 1. Do ...
How to know it is time to implement ER scheduling program
Posted on 4/4/2019 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
ER departments deal with a staggering number of challenges. They're overcrowded and short-staffed, and the pressure of it all makes this medical specialty so intense. If you have to handle the physician scheduling for the ER department, your ...
Key advantages to using hospital scheduling software
Posted on 3/21/2019 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Many medical practices and hospitals still manually create their physician schedules. Some use paper and others use Excel spreadsheets. However, regardless, physician scheduling manually can be time-consuming and can cost your hospital a great deal ...
New features -- March 2019
Posted on 3/15/2019 by ByteBloc in category: scheduling software news
Mobile notifications for upcoming shifts are available 8 hours and 12 hours before the start of the shift in addition to the notifications available previously. In addition, notifications can be defined for custom times. The conversion of ...
Are you doing these 5 things in your ER physician scheduling
Posted on 3/14/2019 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
There is nothing typical about emergency medicine scheduling. Multiple factors drive the ER staffing model, meaning your hospital could have single, double, maybe even triple, overlapping doctor coverage or more. When it comes to the standard ER, ...
Integrating your new physician assistant schedule in your practice
Posted on 3/7/2019 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Physician assistants have flexibility in which types of medicine they may practice due to their general medical background. Because of this, they're more responsive to the ever-changing healthcare needs. Moreover, they are playing an increasingly ...
The critical role of software in optimal intensive care scheduling
Posted on 2/27/2019 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
While many rural and small hospitals rely on hospitalists or generalists for caring for patients who are critically ill, bigger facilities rely on an ICU setting utilizing intensivists to provide critical care for sick patients. An intensivist not ...
Using a hospitalist scheduling program to attract and retain providers
Posted on 2/20/2019 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Physician scheduling can be very challenging, and hospitalist scheduling can too. You need to make sure all shifts are filled accurately to ensure quality patient care and keep your staff happy as well. And, if you're the one responsible for the ...
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