S4 is built to address the market need for a scheduling software that is capable of handling a multi-location anesthesia practices. Our software automates many of the following tasks that are traditionally time-consuming for an anesthesia practice.
S4 provides historical reports on OR demands as well as surgeon vacation time to more accurately predict staffing demands for the year.
S4 allows complex configuration of payroll and compensation for each staff member. Overtime, call pay, and other incentives are defined for staff members, making it easier for them to submit information to the timesheet processor. The system gathers all the information and makes the calculations to create an file to input into your payroll system. Reports are readily available for further analysis.
AIMS is an user-friendly mobile app built to document pre-op assessments, anesthesia, and post-operative patient care.
Often times an anesthesia practice struggles to obtain accurate and reliable data needed to make management decisions. BMD's expertise in interfacing, along with our application's data capture, allows anesthesia practice to operate in a data-driven environment. We utilize tried-and-true methods of calcualting OR utilization, cost allocation, staffing efficiency, booking effiency to help practices work with their facilities.
The preop import function of AIMS saves the providers a lot of time. The AIMS sytem is user friendly and reliable. BMD is the only AIMS company able to make it work at our facility.
S4 is easy to use and provides real-time information as OR booking changes. The timesheet allows users to easily track their times and work hours.
Carney Medical Center
In the course of my career, I have tried many scheduling and payroll products. S4 is the most versatile, all in one product I have used. The company never fails to deliver on my requests when asked to produce any report needed to run our business more efficiently. APNE highly recommends giving S4 a test run to improve your company’s bottom line.
Anesthesia Providers of New England