I strongly agree with Connie's comments. We have had
CS for 15 years. I find it more flexible than what we
had in the past. I can access it from any PC in our
network or home and make changes as needed. We can
add or subtract appointment slots as needed. You can
limit, I choose to think of it at direct, exam types
to certain times to make your day flow more
efficiently or in needed based on staff abilities.
--- Connie McCoy <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> In order to give some "sense" of control over the
> computerized/central scheduling system, a "key"
> staff member and manager should have access rights
> to the program. They had the ability to block
> times, rooms, types of procedures...and even add or
> open rooms, etc. In order to overcome challenges in
> last minute staffing changes, you could designate an
> OP room and IP room. Then, you could close or
> reschedule a room as needed.
> Connie McCoy, RVT
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