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Scheduling Software?

We're changing the way we schedule our patients at work, moving from a paper based system(The Book) to a software based system. Here's what we need: A very simple calendar system that would let us have maybe 10 fields total. The only other thing we need would be that it be accessible across the network because two people will be working on it. I'm sure you can probably write a quick access database that would do this, but I haven't messed with that forever, so I just want to buy something simple. Anyone know anything like that?

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psycat90
Nov. 17th, 2006 09:56 pm (UTC)
I just did a quick search and came up with this -

http://www.scheduleview.com/appointment-scheduling/scheduling-pricing.htm

$300 for 2 users on the Lite version, which might be all you need.

I was going to suggest calling Angel at Dr. Frey's office to ask her what they use, but looking at the screenshots of this software on the website, I'm pretty sure that's it.
doobieous
Nov. 17th, 2006 10:21 pm (UTC)
For appointments, we use at work software called Meeting Maker. It allows you to pick times, cross check to make sure schedules are not conflicting, etc. It of course is intended for meetings between two colleagues, but it does work nicely to schedule time for appointments too.


http://www.meetingmaker.com/products/meetingmaker/default.cfm
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doobieous
Nov. 18th, 2006 01:51 am (UTC)
Really? When we propose a meeting, it tells you who you have, and who is available or not. If you've got someone scheduled in, it will tell you who is available and who is not.
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doobieous
Nov. 18th, 2006 01:51 am (UTC)
Yeah, I was wondering. Like I said, or version will tell you exactly who and who isn't available at a certain time.
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