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Forget outdated, manual scheduling creation; the process of emergency medicine scheduling requires scheduling methods that are up-to-date and capable of handling complex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

3 Benefits to Using Scheduling Software for Your Anesthesia Group

Posted by Shift Admin on October 15, 2019 at 9:00 AM

As an anesthesia group administrator, creating and managing effective and efficient schedules falls within your area of responsibility. Given all of the challenges that stand in the way of that task (complex scheduling requirements, multiple locations with different schedules, requests, etc.), it’s no wonder that it’s typically easier said than done.

Taking the Pain Out of Managing Anesthesia Scheduling

Posted by Shift Admin on September 10, 2019 at 9:00 AM

When it comes to provider scheduling, anesthesia is in a league all its own. Finding a user-friendly solution that is equipped to seamlessly handle the complexities associated with call schedules, daily schedules, and the many moving parts that surround them can often feel like a never-ending task with a goal that is always out of arm’s reach.

3 Current Trends in Physician Scheduling

Posted by Ben Moon on August 12, 2019 at 10:34 AM

Healthcare and HIT are ever-evolving, and with them, physician scheduling; it’s the true nature of the industry, and it is to be expected. For that reason, it helps to have some professional insight into what the current industry trends are to make better decisions on behalf of your group.

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.

6 Reasons to Find a New Scheduling Solution

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

Doing what works best for you is an appropriate practice for most applications, including physician scheduling. And while it’s important to find a process that’s effective for you and your department’s unique needs, yours — no matter how long you’ve been doing it — may be hurting more than it’s helping.