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Building an Organizational Memory

Building an Organizational Memory

Does your organization manage literally hundreds of inputs when building your provider staff schedule? Find out why the MD Anderson Diagnostic Imaging department established their Corporate Memory to more effectively support policy and preference while delivering a standardized, transparent approach to clinical resource management.

Reducing Operating Costs in Healthcare

Reducing Operating Costs in Healthcare

Reducing operating costs in healthcare systems requires getting the right data in the right hands at the right time. Learn how this impacts the bottom line.

3 Unexpected Surgical (Scheduling) Time Wasters

3 Unexpected Surgical (Scheduling) Time Wasters

Learn the role surgical scheduling can play in causing – and preventing – time waste in the operating room. Issues explored include staff scheduling by provider preference, insufficient time and lack of staff coordination.

5 Staffing Quota Myths That Destroy Practice Efficiency

5 Staffing Quota Myths That Destroy Practice Efficiency

There is a widespread belief that staffing quotas, on their own, are the only way to plan for patient load. Yet, without automatic error-checking or additional forecasting capabilities, this approach will always come up short …

How to Use Time Off Metrics to Keep Providers Happy

How to Use Time Off Metrics to Keep Providers Happy

The number of providers at large medical practices means requests for time off are no small matter to organize. Accurate staffing data and, ideally, real-time scheduling software, make a world of difference in processing requests …


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