On Call Scheduling

OpenTempo provides software for on call scheduling that allows even the largest hospitals and medical practices to build balanced schedules.

Automated On Call Scheduling Software

OpenTempo gives you the ability to balance past call shifts with forecasted call shifts, giving you a clear picture throughout the entire scheduling period. OpenTempo call scheduling is also fully integrated with daily schedules, so you can enforce your clinical rules, human resource policies, and union requirements automatically.

Request Processing

Swapping call shifts and making other requests are a common occurrence with any medical schedule. OpenTempo allows you to approve requests automatically, while screening out those which you wish to review manually. Requests are fully integrated with your rules and policies to prevent inappropriate swaps and changes.

Room and Case Staffing

OpenTempo uses a drag-and-drop feature to make it easy to staff your rooms and cases. A choice of Gantt or floor plan view lets you quickly set up your schedule, and the built-in rules enforcement blocks inappropriate assignments.

Time and Attendance

OpenTempo is able to track time and attendance, and integrate the data into any payroll service. Touch-screen kiosks are available, and both shift differentials and overtime can be calculated automatically.

Medical Resident Scheduling

Call shifts are a major component of medical residencies. OpenTempo allows you to track medical resident rotations by prerequisite, certification, and hours by case or procedure. Call shift scheduling can also be balanced against targeted ratios for both academic and clinical time.

Mobile Access

The OpenTempo mobile app lets your providers view their schedules and make requests from their phone or tablet, while syncing call schedules to their device calendars. Your providers will be able to see schedule changes and request approvals wherever they have internet access, making it easy to notify everyone of updates to the call schedule.

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