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On-Call Software: Are You Stuck in a Dip?

Posted by Amy Engebretson on Mon, Apr 22, 2013 @ 04:18 PM

What is "the Dip" and how do you know if you are in one?

Every single person goes through some form of “the Dip” when implementing physician software or learning anything new really. Every project worth doing has those moments. A dip is a temporary setback that can be overcome with persistence. The trick is to recognize if you are in a “temporary” setback worth pushing through or something permanent and worth quitting.

The question is: "How do you avoid killing something too early, or celebrating too early, and last, how do you know when to kill a dud?" – Seth Godin

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Topics: adopting on-call software, learning physician software

Make On Call Training Stick. Retain what you learn.

Posted by Amy Engebretson on Fri, Jan 18, 2013 @ 04:44 PM

All is for naught if the Scheduler “student” does not or cannot participate with time and mind “cleared” for learning.

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Topics: on call scheduling implementation, adopting on-call software, learning physician software