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5 Reasons to Meet Shift Admin at #HM20

Posted by Shift Admin on March 3, 2020 at 9:00 AM

Minimizing the Impact of Night Shifts Through Scheduling

Posted by Shift Admin on October 9, 2018 at 6:45 AM

Human error has been attributed to some of the most infamous disasters in history, including the Challenger space shuttle accident and the Three Mile Island nuclear reactor incident. A further look at some of these errors point to a disruption within the circadian rhythm, mostly caused by shift work.

Best Practices for Creating Resident Schedules

Posted by Shift Admin on December 19, 2017 at 6:35 AM

After medical students finish school, many times they brace for their residency. They know these apprenticeships have the reputation of long shifts that leave residents physically and mentally exhausted. This means schedulers have the challenge of combining the resident’s shift preferences with the larger team’s preferences and needs, which are, typically, on opposite ends of the spectrum.

How to Get Started as a Scheduler for Your Hospital

Posted by Shift Admin on September 20, 2017 at 6:12 AM

As a scheduler for your hospital, you have one goal: quickly create a schedule that works for providers and your hospital. Your job keeps the hospital running and helps to attract and retain top talent. While the marching orders may be clear, the process is not. You must be able to manage many moving parts and different personalities with ease.

How to Integrate Provider Scheduling Software with Hospital Services

Posted by Shift Admin on September 18, 2017 at 7:01 AM

Beyond powerful scheduling, there are many features within Shift Admin that enable seamless integration to improve workflow, increase efficiency, and reduce human error. Today we are focusing on how to integrate your provider schedule with existing hospital services.

Top Hospital Processes that Are Resistant to Change (And How to Change Them)

Posted by Shift Admin on August 31, 2017 at 6:01 AM

The healthcare industry is no stranger to innovation. Medical professionals innovate new methods for treating patients and curing diseases every day. However, when it comes to innovating the processes and tools used to provide excellent patient care, the industry has been slower to act.

Many hospitals and clinics address rising demands by hiring additional providers and office staff when they could save time and money with innovative, technology-forward processes.

Today we are reviewing several top hospital systems that are resistant to change and the innovative technologies they can’t afford to ignore.