Posts Tagged with physician wellness

by jantzl on December 17, 2020

This week, a doctor and I discussed communication within a physician group - the amount of information, notifications, and numerous locations to search. Our company offers software that helps with this, but really any solution requires someone to invest time to solve it. We got to talking about how often we all roll over problems in the service of bigger priorities. Every day we encounter ...

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by jantzl on December 9, 2020

I am struggling to think of what to say to people in healthcare right now. I don’t need to tell you that things are rough. Most people in healthcare are stretched to the limit. What words of support, appreciation, and encouragement can help? Which actions are useful right now? We are certainly doing the minimum: following the CDC guidelines, minimizing and hopefully eliminating our part ...

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by jantzl on November 19, 2020

If there is an environment that you would like similar alert reduction guidance for, please let us know!

Because Windows is a popular operating system in medicine, we will start here, but we will cover mobile tips in upcoming posts.

As we mentioned in the last article, if you have a pretty clear idea ...

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by jantzl on November 12, 2020

Email Alert Vampire

Do you ever feel like you’re in a whirlwind of alerts and notifications? There is an off button. At least on your phone, you can shut off notifications, but that’s not always strictly true. If you are in medicine, there is a lot of time that you have to be "on and ready." ...

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by jantzl on October 29, 2020

Someone from the list just asked me to tell you all about scheduling emails.

How much time would you save if you could write your emails ahead of time at your convenience and schedule them to go out when you want them to? For me, this saves a huge amount of time. I always think of an email that I want to send at some weird time - early in the morning, late at night, in the middle of the ...

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