Hybrid and remote work used to be a far-off dream for many healthcare organizations. No more, though.
Telemedicine is what makes healthcare services possible in a hybrid setting. At the time of remote consultation, patients and providers can be at their preferred location. Telemedicine can let healthcare providers have more dense schedules and spend less time commuting between hospitals, clinics, and their homes.
The right hybrid work planning software can actually help put this in practice - even in a complex scenario where part of the clinic or hospital staff works remotely at any given time. Even more, it can also help you ensure that organizational practices are followed-through in all your locations, regardless of how far they may be from a geographical point of view.
Maintaining your practice's revenue and high patient satisfaction depend on effective scheduling. But getting it right is not that simple. Consider the following scenario: a doctor has a patient appointment, but the consultation rooms in the clinic are shared and - surprise! - they are all occupied.
In cases like this, you can maximize the efficiency of healthcare facilities with a room booking system. Medical staff can prevent such situations by making reservations for consultation spaces in advance. Yes, you have no control over the punctuality of the patients. However, it is possible to minimize workplace tension and make sure that wait times stay on schedule – even if the number of consultation rooms is limited.
In this webinar, YAROOMS invited Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust to discuss how to:
• Organize a flexible return to work
• Adopt the hybrid work model in phases
• Ensure workplace safety
• Gain control in times of uncertainty
• Gain a bird's eye perspective on spending and optimisations
• Scale with the right workplace technology
Our smart space management and planning solutions helped Dedalus to get employee buy-in for the new hybrid working style. Today, Dedalus employees open their YAROOMS application not only to book desks, but also to check who else will be in the office, where they will work, and so on. Everyone knows what to expect. This way, teams can easily coordinate their meetings or projects that require working on-site together – even in an office where the number of employees is twice as high as the number of available workspaces.