This post is Part Two of our New Year, New Schedule series. Catch up with Part One here.
Many see the start of a new year as a chance to create New Year’s resolutions, aiming to rid themselves of a bad habit or develop good ones. As a scheduler, it’s a fresh start for you and your providers, and you should be resolved to learm from the scheduling challenges you faced over the past year.
For some, the most stressful part of the holidays is the debate over when and where to go shopping.
However, as a physician scheduler, life just isn’t that simple. Whether it’s a small organization or a large one, you have to avoid understaffing the department while also keeping the providers satisfied with their schedules.