Physicians and hospitals are turning towards automated scheduling software to save time.
Physician group schedules, whether managed by a physician or an administrative assistant, require constant planning and management throughout the schedule period.
There are many elements to look at when adopting new software. During the selection process, it is important to consider: physician-centric design, flexibility and personalization, fair shift distribution and non-availability dashboard, interoperability and integration, real-time information, plans that conform to your team’s changes and secure messaging.
Scheduling solutions not only save time for planners, but leave team members to be free to trade their shifts from any device. This leaves complete control in the hands of the physician and allows them to continue to be autonomous in regards to their work.