Fear of Change & the on-call Schedule (Part 1) – Scheduling

  • amy

    Fear of Change & the on-call Schedule (Part 1) – Scheduling

    You have taken a long-term, multi-faceted approach to manage your change-over to on-call software and a new scheduling process. You have allocated the time, resources, and commitment to do this. Why then why, six months later, has the new implementation...

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  • amy

    Automate Your On-Call Schedule — Scheduling

    By improving accountability, having a centralized location, using standardized processes, and eliminating paperwork, ALL users of an on-call calendar can benefit right from “Go Live”. All authorized users have to do is view the schedules! How is time saved? By...

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  • amy

    Gaming the On Call Schedule! – Scheduling

    How can you guarantee objectivity, fairness, and transparency in your on-call schedules? In the past, paper calendars and excel documents made "gaming" difficult to detect. Auditing was inaccurate and time-consuming since schedules were generally created by hand from scratch each...

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  • amy

    On-Call Schedule: More than just a piece of paper! – Scheduling

    I hear Schedulers every day referring to rules, fairness, tallies, and pleasing the physicians. When we are up to our elbows “alligators”, sometimes we forget that the schedule is much more than a set of abbreviations in a date-square. Behind...

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    You’re Managing My On-Call Schedule With a 3-Ring-Binder? – Scheduling

    Out-of-date hospitals manage on-call for the Doctors with binders whereas modern hospitals manage on-call for their Doctors customers using technology. If you are a specialty provider such as a Cardiologist or OB/GYN Doctor, what type of service do your patients...

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