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Why Customized Scheduling is Necessary for Emergency Medicine

Posted by Shift Admin on November 12, 2019 at 9:00 AM

Forget outdated, manual scheduling creation; the process of emergency medicine scheduling requires scheduling methods that are up-to-date and capable of handling complex emergency medicine needs.

How to Combat Compassion Fatigue in Emergency Department Nurses

Posted by Shift Admin on July 23, 2019 at 9:00 AM

As professionals on the front line who are consistently and routinely prioritizing the needs of others, it’s common for emergency department nurses to neglect the one person who is equally as important as their patients: themselves.

Emergency Medicine Physician Scheduling Made Easy

Posted by Shift Admin on April 2, 2019 at 9:00 AM

In a recent study of 5,547 department schedules across 57 medical specialties, it was found that emergency medicine departments in the United States balance the most complex sets of staffing rules and monthly requests of any specialty in the medical industry. With an average of 62 repeating schedule rules and 276 monthly schedule requests, it’s no wonder why effectively managing and scheduling emergency medicine physicians is often a challenge for many.

How to Streamline Specialist Call Schedules for Emergency Departments

Posted by Shift Admin on October 30, 2018 at 7:01 AM

The ED is prone to overcrowding, delays in care, and scarce resources. But when a patient has waited for hours, the last thing they need is to wait again for a specialist to figure out what’s wrong with them. The fact is, specialists aren’t sitting around waiting on patients, they more than likely have their own practice where they spend a good bit of their time.

Reduce Emergency Department Chaos With Efficient Scheduling

Posted by Shift Admin on February 27, 2018 at 6:25 AM

It’s safe to say that the challenges of emergency department scheduling are unlike any other. There are, after all, a multitude of contributing factors – unscheduled patient visits, frequent interruptions, and/or patients suffering from multiple issues with care need from several specialists.