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3 Signs that Your Hospital Needs Physician Scheduling Software

If your hospital is constructing physician schedules using spreadsheets or pen-and-paper (as opposed to physician scheduling software), then inefficiencies are having a negative impact on staff morale, patient safety, and your bottom line.

The first sign is growing staff frustration arising out of outdated schedules. It’s a vicious cycle, whereby staff members call the wrong physicians, physician uncertainty leads to burnout, and scheduler morale plummets.

The second sign is delays in patient care. When inaccurate schedules are circulated, patients suffer while staff determines which specialist is on call. Often, emergency department throughput is slowed due to outdated schedules. In addition, surgeries may be delayed because staff have different versions of the schedule.

There are many benefits to physician scheduling software. Physician scheduling software provides a single source of truth, enabling consistent communication among staff across the facility or health system. In addition, real-time schedules provide 24/7 access from any internet-connected device. Software also allows for shift tracking, which supports auditing processes and EMTALA compliance. Finally, software can help with physician contract negotiations to determine fair market value.

MDsyncNET’s scheduling software provides four distinct advantages: low set-up fees, no unnecessary bells and whistles, an exceptional adoption rate, and quick training for easy onboarding.

MDsyncNET has prepared this infographic to help you identify three signs that your hospital needs physician scheduling software, as well as understand the advantages of MDsyncNET’s software solution.

You can download a PDF of the infographic here:

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