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Unsafe Workloads in Hospital Medicine

So, if you’re listening to my new podcast (insert shameless plug for The Boston Health Podcast here), you’ll know that one of my favorite podcasts is Armchair Expert.  On this show, Dax Shepard and Monica Padman interview celebrities and experts in various fields.  It’s a fun show to listen to, and one the things they talk about all of the…
Ryan Secan
October 27, 2020
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Employee Spotlight: David Corbett, Sr. Director, Customer Success

In this installment of the medaptus employee spotlight we spend some time with David Corbett, Senior Director of Customer Success. Let's get to know him a little better! How long have you been working here at medaptus?  I re-joined medaptus in June of this year but originally started here back in 2010 as a Project Manager onboarding new clients. Having…
Zach Tavano
October 26, 2020
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20 Years of Medicine

There have been a lot of jokes about how awful a year 2020 has been, with a pandemic, quarantines, police violence, social unrest, and even invasive murder hornets.  However, it’s also the 20th anniversary of the founding of medaptus.  While I wasn’t here from the beginning, I’ve been with medaptus for almost ten years, and have seen a lot of…
Ryan Secan
July 23, 2020
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Please Stand Here

Last week I had the occasion to spend time in a cancer hospital located in NYC. My son had tests, a routine that he’s had countless times before, so a three day ‘visit’ that we have come to know well. The hospital had been reaching out proactively to make sure we understood all of the safety precautions that had been…
Jen Crowley
June 17, 2020
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How we Support the Designation of HPUs During the COVID-19 Crisis

The medaptus Assign solution automates the complexities of daily physician to patient assignments to improve safety and outcomes. In the face of the COVID-19 health crisis, hospitals are creating high precaution units to prevent the spread of the virus during treatment. Assign can be configured to operationalize the staffing protocols necessary to protect physicians and patients, while minimizing the usage of…
Jen Crowley
April 10, 2020