Zebra 2.0 has introduced revamped rota templates, designed to streamline the process of producing work schedules for Doctors in Training, offering a more efficient process for administrators. By allowing the simple assignment of shifts to patterns and quickly checking for compliance, Zebra 2.0 aims to alleviate the complexities associated with managing junior doctor shifts.
Beyond the standard templates, the revamped rota creation tool in Zebra 2.0 allow for staff preferences and leave to be considered to optimise the allocation of shifts. The system’s ability to generate personalised rota templates ensures that rota gaps can be minimised, while promoting the well-being and productivity of junior doctors.
As organisations embrace these advancements, they can anticipate optimising the allocation of their medical workforce, improved flexibility to meet changing needs, reduced temporary staffing costs, and increased job satisfaction among Doctors in Training.
There are still a few more enhancements to be revealed, so stay tuned!