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Celebrating National Hospitalist Day All Year Long
Posted on 5/24/2023 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
From nurses to surgeons to therapists, each plays a crucial role in ensuring the best possible care is given to patients in hospitals. However, there is a group of over 60,000 healthcare professionals who are uniquely positioned to manage the ...
Five tips for the most effective shift scheduling
Posted on 5/11/2023 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
When dealing with patient files, countless meetings, and emergency duties, it's easy to get occupied working on more important tasks and objectives. This can lead to fatigue and less productivity at work. So, what's the solution? A shift ...
Team-based benefits for an automated physician schedule maker
Posted on 4/27/2023 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Team-based care occurs when health professionals from different disciplines work together to meet patient needs. The team can include physicians, physician assistants, specialists, nurses, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, community health workers, ...
Questions to ask when selecting a physician scheduling program
Posted on 4/12/2023 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Practice management systems provide a variety of features to hospitals and clinics that are intended to improve medical efficiency and positively impact patient outcomes. Medical scheduling software, also known as physician scheduling software, is ...
Five ways to improve your ER doctor schedule to reduce patient admission bottlenecks
Posted on 3/29/2023 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Nowadays, it is common for emergency rooms to get packed, thereby creating bottlenecks and inefficient demand for services. In phases like this, hospitals are unlikely to be as effective during other non-busy times, which means they need to address ...
Physician scheduling software is a lifeline for physician burnout
Posted on 3/15/2023 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Physicians are accustomed to working long and irregular shifts. They're no strangers to working late and on weekends. As a result, doctors are more likely to experience burnout. At the very least, they perceive an imbalance between work and leisure ...
Consequences of using antiquated medical scheduling software
Posted on 3/2/2023 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
With the continuous rise in technological innovations, there has been an increase in the use of artificial intelligence as a means of complementing or even replacing human effort in every sector of human endeavors. One of the many innovations that ...
How emergency room scheduling software can decrease patient wait times
Posted on 2/16/2023 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Long patient waiting times are a major barrier to doctor-patient trust. That is a dangerous situation in an era of regulation, consolidation, litigation, and a skeptical populace. Fortunately, some very obvious ways to reduce wait times exist. ...
How to improve your hospital emergency physician schedule
Posted on 2/2/2023 by Elizabeth in category: scheduling software articles
Have you ever been tasked with taking someone in a health emergency to the hospital, and you’re thinking about the first staff who met and attended to him? Well, they are called emergency physicians. Now you know what to call them. Emergency ...
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 ...
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