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    New Clinical OR Manager looking for information on staffing software. I currently am using pencil/paper method of scheduling staff. It has been done this way for the past 14 years. It takes about 12 hours to schedule all specialties and meet minimum requirements of number of staff at specified hours throughout the day. I am looking at purchasing software that is easy to use but thorough. Any information will be helpful.
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    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...uling+software

    I'm sure you've already checked that out. Our hospital uses the old fashioned hand method, too, and it's a nightmare. I'd be interested in hearing what software other folks have used as well. Good luck!
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    New Clinical OR Manager looking for information on staffing software. I currently am using pencil/paper method of scheduling staff. It has been done this way for the past 14 years. It takes about 12 hours to schedule all specialties and meet minimum requirements of number of staff at specified hours throughout the day. I am looking at purchasing software that is easy to use but thorough. Any information will be helpful.
    I was in the same situation you are currently in. I run a 40 bed med/surg unit have schedule over 60 employees. The hand schedule and then daily staffing summary were driving me crazy. I did a rather heavy search and finally found Visual Staff Scheduler Pro. I have just started to use it and really love it. I can summarize my daily staffing with a click of a button and I love that.

    Without soundling like a commerical, it is worth exploring. It is easy to use and sets up easily for your particular situation. There is a single version cost or the networking version. It seems pretty reasonable. Good luck!
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    Quote from R.T.
    New Clinical OR Manager looking for information on staffing software. I currently am using pencil/paper method of scheduling staff. It has been done this way for the past 14 years. It takes about 12 hours to schedule all specialties and meet minimum requirements of number of staff at specified hours throughout the day. I am looking at purchasing software that is easy to use but thorough. Any information will be helpful.
    Check out Care Ware http://www.caresystemsinc.com
    Ask for a web ex demo of a very nice nurse scheduling system designed by nurses to solve this problem. It's even easy to allow self scheduling.

    Contact me if you want more information.











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