For nightshifts, it is necessary to comply the 72-hour rule assured rest periods, therefore it takes time to create shifts and calculating working hours.
The shift is set automatically according to the 24-hour shift requirements and rest-time rules. You can easily set the rest time between work hours so that nurses can have enough rest time.
Certified nurses, professional nurses, care managers, helpers, and other qualified nurses must be included, as a result more effort is needed to adjust optimal combinations.
The required number of experienced nurses, new nurses and qualified nurses can be registered and set, so there is no need for the administrator to worry about appropriate staffing levels and combinations.
Shifts are automatically created by comprehensively considering nursing skills and priorities. Even if you have many skills, you can easily make shifts.
You can create different shift models by day, floor, ward, and/or section.
At a glance, you can check the status of shifts and send reminders to nurses automatically.
You can choose from five levels of experience by section. For example, set up Certified Nurses, Professional Nurses, and Care Managers as sections, and set the level of acquisition for seniors and entry-level nurses. The system automatically schedules shifts based on this data. It also automatically adjusts the number of people in each section according to the requirements.
When all the shifts have been adjusted and/or completed, you can perform a final check.
Notify all the nurses that their shifts have been confirmed. If you find a sudden vacancy after confirmation, you can request help from other nurses immediately.