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Three ways to improve nurse retention and burnout
Posted on 1/22/2020 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
For individuals in the healthcare industry, nurse retention is impacted by added responsibilities, shifts and physician scheduling errors. Pressures like these have contributed to the increasing number of nurse burnout cases. If your healthcare ...
Why you need to implement on-call scheduling software in 2020
Posted on 1/15/2020 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
On call scheduling software helps to enhance your patient's experience by helping you strengthen communications, improve workflows, eliminate errors and increase efficiency. If you haven't yet implemented it, you might be convinced to do so in 2020 ...
New Features -- January 2020
Posted on 1/15/2020 by ByteBloc in category: scheduling software news
The external IDs for providers are included in the staff export to excel Provider statistics for the current schedule and the prior 3, 6, 9, and 12 months are available. The workload targets and the deviations from the targets are ...
ER scheduling programs a must as ER visits grow
Posted on 1/8/2020 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
According to a new study, if people can't get in to see their physician quickly, 65% of them head to the emergency room. Almost three in four (73%) individuals in the U.S. think it's simpler to go to the ER instead of making a doctor's appointment. ...
Tips to prepare for emergency medicine holiday scheduling
Posted on 1/1/2020 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
There isn't anything typical about emergency medicine scheduling for physicians. Multiple factors drive the ER staffing model. Your hospital could use overlapping, or anything from single to triple coverage or more. Not only is every hospital ...
How to prepare for holiday ER physician scheduling
Posted on 12/18/2019 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Not many people like to work on the holidays, but when you're in the healthcare industry, it's a necessity. Deciding which of your physicians will have to work on a holiday can be a hard decision and can lead to unhappy doctors if you're not fair ...
New Features -- December 2019
Posted on 12/15/2019 by ByteBloc in category: scheduling software news
Scheduler comments can be managed in bulk in the revision screen and provider comments can be managed in bulk from the shift request screen. Bulk comment support includes the creation of comments over a range of days, the copying of comments from ...
How to optimize your physician assistant schedule in your practice
Posted on 12/11/2019 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
There's a wide range of healthcare professionals besides physicians and nurses. For example, a physician assistant usually has more time than a physician who's rushed to provide patient care, but, they also have different emergency medicine ...
Best practices for optimal intensive care scheduling
Posted on 12/4/2019 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
An Intensive Care Unit (ICU) is a self-contained and separate area of the hospital that's specially equipped and staffed and is committed to the monitoring and management of patients with life-threatening disorders. It offers special expertise ...
Can emergency medicine scheduling software help with forget to pee syndrome
Posted on 11/27/2019 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Almost one million healthcare physicians aren't just afflicted with forgot-to-pee (F2P) syndrome but are also undiagnosed, according to the Journal of the American National Society, Committee, and Association of Urinary Retention and Other Things ...
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