The way in which healthcare is scheduled is changing. Gone are the days where a patient may have access to a single healthcare center. Online marketplaces have started to appear which allow patients to book the healthcare that they need at the times they need, with the healthcare professionals that have the skills that they need.

Online healthcare marketplaces allow medical practitioners to tell patients exactly when they are available. This can make them highly convenient for patients that may not be able to attend a medical center during their standard working hours or medical practitioners that are looking to pick up work around a slightly more flexible schedule.

Online marketplaces have increased the speed of diagnosis and treatment for many people. Some have been able to attend medical centers at times that are much more convenient to them. This has allowed them to seek far more timely healthcare, which can reduce treatment length or symptoms.


While technology has transformed almost every industry on the planet in the last few years, nowhere is this transformation quite as obvious or as apparent — or as useful — as in the world of healthcare.

Today’s technological innovations are making it easier for healthcare professionals and facilities to provide the highest quality care and services to their patients in a way that was more challenging to pull off in the past.

These new solutions are making healthcare diagnostic more accurate, the treatment prescription process more effective, and the follow-up procedures more impactful, too. At the same time, the biggest barrier to making the most of these technological advancements is on the scheduling side of things.

If patients (and medical professionals) aren’t able to effectively schedule their healthcare appointments — or follow-up with these appointments —…


Discover how new technologies arehaving a positive impact on healthcare management, much to the benefit of both patients and professionals.

It is no secret that healthcare practitioners are starting to incorporate more and more technology into the way that they work. Technology has really shaken up the world of healthcare. Not only has it allowed healthcare professionals to become more flexible in the way that they worked, but it has saved them time and money. It has even helped to benefit patients by offering far more timely and efficient treatment.

Here, we want to look at several of the ways that technology has impacted the world of healthcare. …


Patients mistiming their prescriptions are all too common. Discover three of the best solutions for keeping patients up to date with prescription reminders.

For most patients, medication is going to be at the heart of their treatment plan. If they take the medication, they get better. If they don’t, then treatment becomes slower and less effective. The difficulty for many doctors and caregivers is ensuring that patients take the medication in the first place.

Through no fault of their own, it isn’t uncommon to find patients taking their medication at the wrong time or missing a dose or two. When they are sick it can be incredibly difficult to keep track of things. With some medications, this may be fine. …


Over 90% of software development jobs can be accomplished remotely. In this post we go over the best practices of making it possible.

In the wake of the pandemic, more and more software developers started to work from home. Many companies found that this approach was so effective that many teams are now running distributed development i.e. having employees located in different places.

If you are new to the world of managing distributed software engineers, then you do need to be aware that the management side of things is going to be quite challenging. It is going to be different from managing employees in an office. …


The ascendancy of remote work during the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the game for the world of business (not to mention the world in general).

As such, businesses need to stay on top of the latest innovations in remote work management and efficiency. Although the transition to allowing work from home (or more work from home) can be daunting, it’s the wave of the future since greater than one-third of full-time workers will likely do remote work in the next ten years, according to builtin.com.

Leading the way in terms of effective remote-work policies will help set you apart as an employer, attracting more employees and boosting the morale of your current ones. …


Working from home and working remotely as a software developer can be an adjustment for even the most independent person. If you’re used to a commute and then going to a physical office, starting a new rhythm can be tough to start.

Successful remote working, when you feel motivated and empowered, is mainly within your mindset, with a few minor tricks you can implement to make the whole experience smoother. They include respecting your space, your time, and taking care of yourself.


It’s still a bit early to understand all of the many ways that the pandemic has affected our lives. One thing is certain, however, and that’s the fact that working from home isn’t going anywhere.

According to builtin.com, more than one-third of employees (full-time) are likely to work from home in the next decade.

The problem, however, is that remote work is so new for many managers and executives that they’re unsure how to establish effective work-from-home policies. Left to their own devices, some employees may struggle with remote work and this could bring your company down significantly.

Some work from home best practices include defining purpose, setting clear expectations, defining scope, outlining processes, setting a schedule, and ensuring technological support.

This article will cover these practices more in-depth as well as some helpful work…


Before we can answer this question, we must first answer another question: Can software engineers work remotely? The simple answer is yes. Software engineers can usually work remotely thanks to all of the available tools that allow them to remain productive off-site.

The answer to the question of SHOULD software engineers work remotely is a little more complicated and may need to be addressed on an individual basis.

Yes, companies can save time and money if they hire software engineers to work remotely. Remote employment also allows companies to hire experienced engineers from around the world. …


The Covid-19 pandemic has turned the job market inside out. It’s now easier, and in some cases more profitable, for people to stay at home and look for a job. So the faster you can bring great talent onto your team, the better.

Speed and organization are necessary to keep a good applicant from slipping through the cracks. How are you going to meet that standard if your company receives hundreds of applications a day?
You can tighten the hiring process by integrating Spurwing’s time management and scheduling API with an Applicant Tracking System (ATS).

Ilya Nevolin

Appointment Scheduling API and Calendar Management Solutions for Startups & Enterprises

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