Tufts Medicine Unites Communications on a Single Platform

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    Tufts Medicine Unites Communications on a Single Platform

    Tufts Medicine Unites Communications on a Single Platform

    Recently, Will O’Connor, M.D. sat down with Dr. Shafiq Rab to talk about how Tufts Medicine, formerly Wellforce, Inc., is using TigerConnect solutions to connect physicians, nurses, and patients for greater efficiency and care delivery. As Chief Digital Officer and...

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    The Value of a Modern Resident Scheduling System

    TigerConnect Resident Scheduling

    If you are a Residency Director or an incoming Chief Resident you’ve likely heard horror stories about the process of creating block schedules and then aligning your residents into appropriate rotations to ensure all of their program requirements are met....

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    5 Questions To Ask When Evaluating Physician Scheduling Software

    5 Questions to Ask When Evaluation Physician Scheduling Software

    Now more than ever, physician groups and ambulatory centers are looking for opportunities to increase organizational efficiency and reduce staff burnout. For organizations still relying on manual methods to create on-call schedule rosters, the introduction of automated physician scheduling software...

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    The Digital Transformation of Scheduling: A New Approach

    The On-Call Scheduling Transformation: A New Approach

    Many hospitals in the U.S. are still relying on antiquated physician on-call scheduling processes. This can often take the form of a whiteboard or even a large binder, held together with duct tape and re-built nearly every few days as...

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    Simplify Physician Scheduling and Streamline Care Delivery

    Jumpstart Your Physician Scheduling for 2022

    Whether you are a large healthcare organization or a single-site urgent care clinic, you can benefit from more time back in your day. Before you develop physician schedules for next year, discover how you can simplify the process with an...

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  • justin-wampach

    Why Physician Scheduling Software Is Critical for Providers

    Why Physician Scheduling Software is Critical for Providers

    What is physician scheduling software? Physician work-life balance and effective physician call scheduling can both be accomplished by one tool: physician scheduling software. Health systems used to make a weekly or monthly schedule by hand, meaning an employee had to...

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    Mitigating EMTALA Risk During the Pandemic, and Beyond

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    The COVID-19 pandemic created chaos in emergency departments (EDs) across the United States in early 2020. Despite a relaxation of Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA) guidelines, which require stabilization and treatments for anyone arriving at a dedicated ED,...

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  • justin-wampach

    10 (Not So) Secrets to Better Physician Scheduling

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    Effective physician scheduling can be difficult and time-consuming. A surge in patients along with limited staff makes adequate and timely on-call scheduling even more challenging. At the same time, it’s important to evenly distribute hours — one physician can’t be...

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  • justin-wampach

    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

    The On-Call Schedule Calendar is More Than a Calendar – Scheduling

    When I began my career at Adjuvant, I needed to find my passion for the industry. How the hell do you find a passion for creating, maintaining, and publishing call schedules? I will be honest, it took me a while....

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