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Scheduling medical staff during a crisis such as a pandemic
Posted on 5/13/2020 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
The evolving public healthcare crisis surrounding the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus disease 2019) brings up a lot of questions regarding how healthcare organizations can manage proper levels of staffing to provide sufficient care. Maintaining ...
Five benefits of Using a web-based physician schedule maker
Posted on 5/6/2020 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Along with taking care of their patients regularly, many doctors frequently have hospital on-call shifts too. These types of shifts require doctors to stay ready to go and on alert to clock in at the hospital whenever there's the requirement for ...
How scheduling software can reduce physician burnout
Posted on 4/29/2020 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
You can't deny a physician's job is one of the most difficult and stressful in the U.S. today. Each day when your doctors come to work, they're responsible for the well-being and safety of the patients. Having to deal with high-stress levels, ...
Variables to take Into account when crafting an ER doctor schedule
Posted on 4/22/2020 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
The ER doctor schedule is no ordinary task. There's nothingtypical about the process. The emergency medicine scheduling model is driven bya number of factors, like the different types of coverage (single, double,overlapping, etc.), reducing ...
Keep physicians In the loop when implementing medical scheduling software
Posted on 4/15/2020 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Health networks constantly absorb private doctor practices, which could raise the challenge of integrating variably effective and highly diverse systems and practices into an all-embracing organization. Having a rules-based shift scheduling system ...
New Features -- April 2020
Posted on 4/15/2020 by ByteBloc in category: scheduling software news
The minimum length for password is 12 characters. Password change notifications are sent to all of the email addresses on record for the user changing their password. User are notified via email when their profile changes. A ...
Five reasons to get scheduling software for emergency medicine now
Posted on 4/8/2020 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Emergency medicine scheduling presents a big challenge for hospital systems. Identifying and contacting the right doctors or staff members requires detailed and accurate record-keeping. Most hospitals create a call schedule by using a combination of ...
Physician scheduling software simplifies your hospital network scheduling
Posted on 4/1/2020 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
A hospital network needs smarter round-the-clock emergency medicine scheduling to prevent physician burnout and ensure efficient patient coverage. ER departments have challenging shifts, frequently requiring long shifts and overlapping doctor ...
The complexities of emergency medicine scheduling and what to do about it
Posted on 3/25/2020 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
There are a variety of ways in which the practice of emergency medicine is demanding and unique. However, a substantial one is the requirement for shift work. While specialists in other practices may have to suffer interruptions of sleep and be on ...
Tips to optimize your summer emergency physician schedule
Posted on 3/18/2020 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Summer is a time when most physicians spend time with family, take vacations, and de-stress — all which help to reduce burnout. But, it's also the time of year when the emergency medicine scheduling process can be a complete nightmare if you're not ...
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