TOGETHER WE CAN EFFECT CHANGE:
Improve Physician Retention | Increase Hospital Revenues | Lower Patient Wait Times
Recruitment & Retention
Physicians work more of the shifts they like and fewer of the ones they don't. This helps to create a positive work environment and increase overall job satisfaction.
Our clients recover lost funds from an excess of locum and HR spending. Improving wait times also reduces the number of patients who leave without being seen, allowing emergency departments to regain lost funds.
Patient Wait Times
Our clients experience immediate and sustained results. Since 2013, in Canada, we have reduced patient wait times in emergency departments by over 4.5 million hours.
MetricAid accounts for a variety of complex rules and applies them to your department's rota.
MetricAid's rostering experts will ensure that you can rest easy knowing that your roster is filled with the right people at the right time.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you ensure the right balance of staff each shift?
MetricAid's experts build a workforce plan that ensures staff are properly allocated to provide efficient, high quality care.
How do you manage performance vs preference?
We have invested in developing a system that accounts for both physician preference and the needs of the hospital.
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Will managing the roster require specialized training?
Our services were designed to be easy to learn and easy to use. We are always available to help.
Am I able to manage and update the rota once it is live?
Site Administrators are able to attach notes, adjust tags, modify hours worked, and facilitate swaps and give-ups.
Our hospital has multiple sites. How does MetricAid manage them all?
Our solution effectively rosters physicians across multiple sites, eliminating double-bookings and rostering conflicts.
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Does MetricAid have the ability to track and manage contracts?
Our software tracks shifts and time worked against annual contracts, making sure everyone is on target to meet their obligations.