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Workforce Management Software is Key to Disaster Preparedness Scheduling

April 23, 2020

When disaster strikes, the way a company responds to their customers says a lot about them as a company. That’s why Schedule360 wants you to know we’re here for you and are always ready to help with whatever you need. Our job is to make things easier for you by solving your scheduling needs with our award-winning workforce management software, as well as providing exceptional customer service to our clients. We understand that tensions run high in times of emergency or crisis. We hope to relieve some of that burden and stress by promptly addressing and adapting to your needs, whether that’s during times of an emergency or disaster, or just an ordinary, routine day at the office. We never stop working for you.

New Feature: Enhanced Messaging Capabilities

April 14, 2020

When it comes to healthcare scheduling, Schedule360 understands the importance of management being able to effectively and quickly communicate their scheduling needs to their employees. For this reason our employee scheduling software already comes equipped with an integrated messaging tool. However, as we continue to meet the needs of our clients, we’re also constantly looking for ways to improve our scheduling software. One of those improvements is being able to provide our clients with enhanced messaging capabilities.

Nurse Self-Scheduling in Hospitals is a Major Win

March 31, 2020

Employee self-scheduling has become more prominent in the healthcare industry and is seen as a solution to increasing employee satisfaction and staff retention. Rather than leave all of the scheduling responsibilities to the scheduling manager, nurse scheduling software allows certain employees to choose the shifts they want to work, providing them a greater sense of balance between their work and personal life, increasing both employee morale and the quality of patient care. This is especially beneficial for hospital employees who often work long, irregular hours.

How to Manage Self-Scheduling for Your Nursing Staff

March 27, 2020

Let’s face it, times have changed. You can now order groceries from your phone and have them delivered right to your doorstep, so it only makes sense that the way we handle our scheduling would evolve as well. In the days of manual scheduling, the weight of the world was on the Scheduler’s shoulders as they sifted through piles of documents and messy papers as they pieced together schedules for multiple units, only to have to redo the schedules multiple times whenever someone needed to make a slight modification. Not only has manual scheduling completely consumed the life of the scheduler, but it can also cause a rift as well as built up resentment between management and staff.

Safe Nurse Staffing is Critical to Proper Patient Care

March 11, 2020

Nurses play a monumental role in the healthcare field and continue to be at the forefront of our healthcare system. Due to their importance, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that nurses carry a large chunk of the operating costs, making them an easy target for reduced hours and other cutbacks. Unfortunately, those cutbacks come at the expense of patient care and well-being, especially when the remaining nurses are forced to work overtime to cover open shifts, leaving them fatigued and burned out. Therefore, maintaining safe nurse staffing levels are critical when it comes to preserving the overall quality of patient care, as well as keeping your nursing units in prime condition to provide the best care possible.

Nurse Overtime is Busting Your Unit’s Budget

March 6, 2020

Healthcare facilities are constantly under pressure to reduce costs. Since nurses comprise a large percentage of the labor costs, they’re often the first to get scrutinized under the financial microscope. However, laying off or reducing the numbers of these vital staff members would be detrimental to the quality of patient care and would result in multiple negative ramifications.

Feature Highlight-Vacation Notes

February 26, 2020

The process of approving time-off requests and trying to keep scheduling fair can be a big challenge for schedulers. Often there are reasons why you have to deny requests, but it's not always clear to staff what those reasons are. And sometimes the requests themselves need a little explaining, but until now there wasn't an easy way to pass along notes regarding time off requests and scheduling accommodations.

Myths in Healthcare Scheduling

February 20, 2020

Change can be difficult for some organizations to embrace, including the healthcare industry. This is especially true for those who have been doing something a specific way for several years, such as how they create staff schedules. It doesn’t matter that what they’re doing isn’t efficient or convenient, still, they trudge along believing that it’s easier to continue doing what they’ve always done rather than trying something new, even though it might greatly benefit their organization in a positive way.

How to Manage 24-HR Shift Scheduling Without Losing Your Mind

February 14, 2020

If you’re in the healthcare industry, then you know it’s typically not a 9 to 5 job, as there are always going to be people who need care outside of the traditional work hours. If you’re a scheduler, then you know how challenging it can be to handle scheduling for 24-hour shifts, especially when dealing with absences and last minute call ins, scheduled time off requests, and making sure you have the right employees scheduled for the appropriate shifts. There are loads of employees and paperwork to keep track of, multiple departments and specialties to schedule, and a serious need to be able to do everything seamlessly and efficiently.
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