09 October 2019 – COPPET, SWITZERLAND – Bio-Optronics, makers of the workforce scheduling application Momentum, has been selected by the Vidi Group to manage the scheduling for its 700 member radiologists. Prior to this official partnership, more than 25% of Vidi Group imaging centers already utilize Momentum independently. The goal of this partnership is to empower other Vidi radiologists to experience the benefits of Momentum, which includes reducing the time allocated to the scheduling administration by 70% and limiting the need for unplanned call shifts.
With over seventy references in radiology and other medical services in France, Bio-Optronics is the leading publisher of intelligent and optimized scheduling of resources and activities for healthcare organizations.
Through this Vidi Group partnership, Bio-Optronics aims to facilitate access to innovative workforce management solutions that allow radiology groups to save time, cover more patient appointments and increase the satisfaction of their internal teams.
With its powerful and innovative toolset to simplify complex scheduling and detect conflicts and constraints, Momentum arms healthcare organizations with the tools to create fair, comprehensive schedules in order to ensure care quality and care access are maximized.
Bio-Optronics is a leading software and services company that creates user-focused applications for healthcare organizations that positively impact business performance. With applications focused on clinical research, automated resource utilization and patient safety, Bio-Optronics software is used by thousands of healthcare organizations worldwide to simplify complex business processes and enhance overall quality and efficiency.
About Vidi Group:
The Vidi Group is a pioneering group in French liberal radiology. By building a national network, it facilitates access to excellent diagnoses and care as well as subspecialty radiologists in all areas of expertise across France.
The 40 radiology centers of the Vidi Group, located throughout France, bring together nearly 700 radiologists. All are mobilized to practice the most relevant and effective medical imaging exams in all specialties throughout the care path, from screening to interventional, from diagnosis to care.
Vidi Group radiologists share values of responsibility, commitment, accessibility and human relationship.