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How ER physician scheduling software can help with the tridemic
Posted on 1/26/2023 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
The unofficial name for the simultaneous spread of influenza (the flu), circovirus type 19 (COVID-19), and the respiratory syncytial virus is the Tridemic (RSV). Since the number of COVID cases has been relatively stable recently, the common cold ...
What to look for in the best medical staff scheduling software for 2023
Posted on 1/18/2023 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Scheduling is an essential need for medical practitioners, and it is known to help staff focus on improving the patient experience and increasing workflow efficiency. Working in the medical field means keeping up with a fast-moving environment and ...
New Features -- January 2023
Posted on 1/15/2023 by ByteBloc in category: scheduling software news
The daily agenda can be shown based on a timeline Limits for shift and time off requests can be specified at the level of individual providers Schedule change notifications sent to users with the support staff "Receive ...
Hospital staff scheduling software features to look for
Posted on 1/12/2023 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
The optimal distribution of your staff's work time is crucial to the success of your practice. Hence, it is no wonder many organizations devote significant resources to optimizing their schedules. For organizations that serve walk-in patients, ...
Managing your teams work and life balance when they work on shift schedules
Posted on 1/4/2023 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Creating and sustaining a work-life balance in the emergency medicine sector is one of the biggest difficulties of these times – it's easy to say and plan but can be difficult to follow. While some physicians are willing to give up nights and ...
New Features -- December 2022
Posted on 12/15/2022 by ByteBloc in category: scheduling software news
Messages disseminated as emails can be sent as either one email per recipient or as a single email directed toward all of the recipients The bonus pay for a shift can be split among the providers assigned to the shift The maximum ...
Four healthcare software solutions to invest in 2023
Posted on 12/14/2022 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
The healthcare industry is predicted to be strengthened by breakthrough discoveries, technologies, and software solutions in 2023. However, the majority of the significant changes are still in process. Future healthcare technologies are likely to ...
Advantages of using physician scheduling software in emergency departments
Posted on 12/7/2022 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Staff scheduling is a big challenge for most healthcare facilities, but it is more complex in the emergency department. Unfortunately, disorganization, anxiety in the personnel, and an unpleasant encounter for the patient are all results of a poor ...
How nurse administrators create fair nurse shift schedules
Posted on 11/23/2022 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Most nurses' work shifts are unique to them. All shifts require a fair amount of rest time, but different circumstances necessitate different amounts of rest time between shifts. One of the difficulties nursing administrators encounter is creating ...
Five common physician on-call scheduling mistakes
Posted on 11/16/2022 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
A physician on-call schedule is a form of a schedule that ensures that there is a physician available to respond to and carry out their work duties, be it day or night. Scheduling can become a nightmare and every hospital has difficulties with ...
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