Our team has just returned from the 2018 National Capital General Surgery Symposium and we are pleased to see that Canadian surgeons were thrilled with the idea of modernizing their scheduling management and creation processes.
Surgeons Become Technological Ambassadors
Some of the 1,000 Canadian surgeons who are already using our solution took the time to come and see us, which has led to some very enlightening discussions. For example, one of these physicians told us that, after changing hospitals, he introduced the Petal Scheduling solution to his new colleagues, who adopted it in no time. We’re always happy to meet such ambassadors!
Speaking of which, we would like to thank all our physician users, who are specialized in cardiac, plastic, thoracic, vascular and general surgery, that continue to offer referrals to our solutions. Thanks to you, as of today, over 80 surgeon groups are optimizing the creation and management of their schedules with our technology.
You Weren’t There for the Presentation of Our Scheduling Solution?
You participated in the event, but didn’t have the time to come see us? Or maybe you just couldn’t make it to the event at all? Either way, if you would like to know how Petal Scheduling which was designed specifically with medical specialist in mind) can help you plan and manage your schedule; we invite you to download our introductory document. It is the same one that was distributed at the event.
Download this whitepaper to get:A detailed description of every Petal Scheduling features
Screenshots that provide a concrete overview of our interface and the user experience
About the University of Ottawa
The National Capital General Surgery Symposium is an initiative of the Office of Continuing Professional Development and the Division of General Surgery from the University of Ottawa. The Office of Continuing Professional Development supports physicians, scientists, medical educators and affiliated healthcare professionals in Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec by providing innovative, practical and evidence-informed education programs. While the Division of General Surgery supports research in basic science, clinical outcomes, and surgical education. It also hosts an annual divisional research day to recognize trainees for outstanding achievement in research.
We had a great time at the Symposium and look forward hearing about your impressions of the Symposium. Do not hesitate to get in touch!