• Justin Wampach, founder of Call Scheduler, & VP of Scheduling Division

    Building One Source of On-Call Truth – One Schedule At a Time

    A 52-year-old male patient presents in your Emergency Department with a chief complaint of chest pains and shortness of breath. The physician orders an EKG. Now she wants the strip reviewed by the Cardiologist on-call. Where do you go to...

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  • Justin Wampach, founder of Call Scheduler, & VP of Scheduling Division

    How Can Physician Scheduling Software Help Manage COVID-19?

    How Can Physician Scheduling Software Help Manage COVID-19?

    It’s times like this when the curtain begins to get pulled back to expose vulnerabilities in our health care system. In the event of an emergency, what do you think the likelihood that every hospital and healthcare system is equipped...

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  • Justin Wampach, founder of Call Scheduler, & VP of Scheduling Division

    The Value of an Accurate Protocol in On-Call Information – Scheduling

    Imagine it's 3:00 am and a patient arrives in the Emergency Department at a local small hospital with chest pains. According to a June 2016 Harvard Medical School article When chest pain strikes: What to expect at the emergency room...

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  • Justin Wampach, founder of Call Scheduler, & VP of Scheduling Division

    Guide to Switch from Manually Scheduling Physicians – Scheduling

    DISCLAIMER: Viewing this guide is a great first step in your journey to switch from a manual or excel physician schedule creation process to using software like TigerConnect Physician Scheduling. We applaud you in your interest and commend you for...

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  • Justin Wampach, founder of Call Scheduler, & VP of Scheduling Division

    How On-Call Scheduling Was Done in the Old Days – Scheduling

    Aah, the good-old-days. I don't know if I have ever shared this story of how and why I got started in physician scheduling software. It's kinda funny actually, not funny haha, but funnier peculiar. Back in 1999 my family practice...

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  • Justin Wampach, founder of Call Scheduler, & VP of Scheduling Division

    The Value in One Source of On-Call Truth – Scheduling

    There are both a lot of people and places within a complex healthcare system that consumes physician on-call information. There is typically an on-call schedule everywhere from the Emergency Department to the provider's refrigerator at home and many places in...

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  • Justin Wampach, founder of Call Scheduler, & VP of Scheduling Division

    A Tale of Two Physicians (Richard and Jane) – Scheduling

    Dr. Richard (Dick) Dr. Dick is a partner in a 15 physician Cardiology practice. Dr. Dick volunteered to create the physician schedule for his partners. Because he is so busy he does this at night and on the weekends. Dr....

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  • Justin Wampach, founder of Call Scheduler, & VP of Scheduling Division

    Complete Guide to a New On-Call Management System at Your Hospital – Scheduling

    OVERVIEW Demand for Automation The healthcare industry is undergoing a significant shift with not only increasing federal regulations but also rising consumer expectations. Healthcare consumers already are looking around the corner when they will schedule doctors' visits and review their...

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  • Justin Wampach, founder of Call Scheduler, & VP of Scheduling Division

    6 Keys to Evaluating Physician Scheduling Software – Scheduling

    What should you focus on when investigating purchasing new physician on-call and shift scheduling software? I have spoken with thousands of specialty clinic administrators and physicians in the early stages of buying call scheduling software. More often than not, many...

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  • Justin Wampach, founder of Call Scheduler, & VP of Scheduling Division

    Overlooked Cause of Physician Burnout – Creating the Physician Schedule – Scheduling

    If you are a lead physician in your practice or a practice administrator, you know that Physician Burnout is a hot topic in 2018. Recent Studies from Medscape and Reuters continue to show that the problem is not showing any...

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