TeamNet update – a new process for staffing sessions now available.

We are pleased to unveil a significant update to TeamNet’s ‘Rotas’ module. This update gives Rotas Managers the facility to advertise unfilled sessions internally and the ability for staff to apply for these sessions.

We hope this will be a very welcome feature allowing practices to arrange sessions with ease, cutting out burdensome time-consuming communication when arranging and coordinating cover.

Building complex rotas without the headache

We understand that creating rotas in Primary Care often involves juggling multiple spreadsheets, diaries and checking emails to successfully coordinate staff and room or resource availability. For many, this process is time consuming and admin heavy.

TeamNet’s Rota module gives Practice Managers a much easier way.

Unlike other rota management tools, our users benefit from the automatic pull through of applicable information from other areas of TeamNet, (for example staff working patterns, rooms, and absences) giving the Rota Manager a complete overview of staff and resource availability. Once a rota has been created it provides immediate visibility of all scheduled activities taking place in the practice – incorporating meetings and absences, in addition to staff sessions.

Users are also notified of any rota changes or outstanding tasks in their personal To-Do list, helping facilitate more efficient workforce scheduling.

The overall result is improved time management and efficiency when scheduling the working week.