We all know what a pain-in-the-butt it is to create, maintain and publish an on call schedule for the doctors in your specialty clinic. (If you’re new, here is why it sucks)
- The process is very time consuming to create a schedule
- The results are perceived as unfair
- It is difficult to publish to the internet
- The providers want access to their schedule on their phone
- Constant swaps and changes throughout the month
Because of the items listed above we are seeing more and more specialty groups having an administrator or physician create, maintain and publish the physician on-call schedule. Many of them are even asked to do it on their own time.
Let’s say for example that you are and administrator or physician who is tasked to do the call schedule. Perhaps you are interested in exploring if there is some software available that can assist you, how do you know how much is too much to pay? Well, the first question you need to ask yourself is, "how much is it costing me today"? Do you know what your costs are? Many doctors and administrators do not know and in fact some of them will say that it is not costing anything because they have to do it on their own time at home.
As a business manager or owner, the "cost" of something is a very important number. How will you know if you can cut your cost if you don't know what it is to begin with? Because I have heard this over-and-over we decided to build a cost calculator to help you. This is very different from a traditional ROI calculator. The differences are major because an ROI calculator is a sales tool, and a cost calculator is a management tool.
If you do not know what it costs you today to create, maintain and publish your physician on-call schedule I would encourage you to answer our brief 8 question form and learn your cost. It will take you less than 5 minutes to learn your results. If you use Call Scheduler's cost calculator, you can be assured that this is a management tool. We will not be using it to "sell you" our software.
We want knowledgeable prospects and we are willing to make investments to help the entire medical community understand the costs around creating, maintaining and publishing a call schedule for your doctors.
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