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Benefits That Scheduling Automation Brings to Healthcare

Posted by Shift Admin on February 5, 2019 at 9:00 AM

In an industry that demands efficiency, accuracy, and consistency around the clock, your group needs a staff scheduling software that works. Using a web-based solution to automate schedule creation can significantly simplify your department’s management processes. Here are just a few benefits you can expect when you choose to automate your schedule creation.

Can Efficient Scheduling Reduce Healthcare Costs?

Posted by Shift Admin on December 25, 2018 at 6:03 AM

Health care executives today are focusing on building a patient-centered health care system beneficial for both their patients and their bottom lines. It’s no secret technology has revolutionized healthcare in every area of practice.

How to Implement an Enterprise-Wide Scheduling Platform

Posted by Shift Admin on February 6, 2018 at 6:10 AM

The advantages of adding shift management software to your hospital’s procedures are many – from eliminating the hours needed to create a manual schedule to improving patient safety and satisfaction.

Using Web-based Scheduling Software for Collaborative Schedule Management

Posted by Shift Admin on October 10, 2017 at 6:10 AM

The decision to implement web-based scheduling software is not to be taken lightly. Organizations need to consider how new software will affect employees beyond the providers themselves-–administrators, nurses, and others need to access the schedule, too.

Improve Communication with Centralized On-Call Scheduling Software

Posted by Shift Admin on September 12, 2017 at 6:03 AM

When it comes to hospital emergency departments, every second counts. With so many moving parts, it is critical that staff members operate in sync. Speeding up the delivery of patient care not only improves the customer service aspect of emergency departments, it can potentially save lives.

It’s nearly impossible for hospital teams to operate efficiently when they rely on outdated systems that do not always provide accurate information. One example here is the on-call schedule. Traditionally, on-call schedules are printed and shared with hospital staff. When changes occur, the posted schedules must be manually updated. But what if the changes are not effectively communicated? Nurses, phone operators, and other staff spend critical time tracking down the correct on-call physician.