The Single Source of Truth for Enterprise Provider Scheduling

Kronos EZCall delivers quick, easy visibility into healthcare provider availability.

The Single Source of Truth for Enterprise Provider Scheduling webinar replay

Healthcare is stressed. Learn how EZCall® provides visibility into healthcare provider availability across the enterprise and creates fair, equitable schedules in The Single Source of Truth for Enterprise Provider Scheduling webinar ― and see an EZCall demonstration.

COVID-19 has magnified the deficiencies of inefficient healthcare scheduling solutions. To optimize use of providers while avoiding provider burnout, healthcare systems need to utilize a solution that delivers flexibility, visibility, and greater efficiency.

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More about this webinar replay

In this webinar, pediatric anesthesiologist and healthcare consultant Mark Deshur, MD, MBA, provides a firsthand look at his healthcare organization’s experience with EZCall, including how it:

  • Creates error-free schedules quickly and proper coverage across all departments and facilities
  • Ensures fairness and transparency of shift and on-call assignments, optimizing work-life balance and minimizing fatigue
  • Empowers providers to make fast shift swaps via a mobile app, improving engagement and reducing administrative burden
  • Integrates with other scheduling solutions and electronic medical record systems

EZCall marketing specialist Chris Musick also provides a demonstration of how EZCall streamlines the scheduling process and creates fair, balanced schedules.

Watch this informative webinar to learn more about how EZCall provides a single source of truth that optimizes healthcare provider scheduling.

“We help providers by giving them a sophisticated scheduling algorithm that gives them more control over how and when they work … and ensures they come to work engaged and ready to provide quality care.”

Mark Deshur, MD, MBA
Healthcare consultant