Telestaff: I like it. Works well.
Aladtec: works well as well.
Trauma soft: don't touch the thing with a 10 foot pole.
Zolls scheduler was pretty good too when I used it.
From a supervisor standpoint I'd say telestaff is best. Aladtec has some limitations in time keeping. Only allows...
Doing this with my kiddos.
I work too much. But when not at work I'm either studying (though I do this at work mostly), playing with my kiddos, spending time with my wife, or sleeping. Someday I'll have hobbies again but right now my family is my focus of spare time.
Second to last day of whole 30. So looking forward to pizza... and burritos... and ice cream.
But the horde of candy bars that I have collected from the hospitals over the past 30 days. Really don't care about them.
Yup. Took a year from application to conditional offer. And got an email from my point of contact saying he sent it back to me for me to update.
Helpless is how I felt. Luckily he stopped around 1am and slept till 6. Drank more water then slept till 9.
I have a feeling it is worse than...
Bleh... Filled out my e-QIP background check this morning. Took a nap and woke up in the middle of it remembering I forgot to include a part time job I had a few years ago. Now just waiting for an email back on how to fix that.
I would say that there isn't anything special about doing an ej vs an io. I just was curious if there was any special advice for doing them on a pediatric. But as I said initially, I'd probably look for one if the kiddo deteriorated for about two seconds.