1. Install the Amion desktop scheduler
Build and maintain Amion schedules in our desktop scheduler, OnCall. Only the scheduler
needs access to OnCall. Your providers and other staff view schedules at Amion.com
or via the Amion mobile app.
2. Create a schedule
2a. To create a brand new schedule:
Amion offers two types of scheduling platforms: provider/health professional scheduling
(often referred to as Attending or Basic scheduling) and resident/fellow scheduling.
The Provider platform provides a multi-year schedule while the Resident platform is
per academic year.
2b. To take over an existing schedule:
If you are a new scheduler taking over an existing schedule in OnCall:
3. Save and publish your schedule
OnCall allows you to save your schedule to your computer, shared drive, or flash drive
in the same way as you save files in Word or Excel. The Save and Save as options appear
in the File menu. To view your schedule at Amion.com, you must publish your schedule
4. If sharing scheduling duties
Many people need to work from different computers (e.g. on your work computer or on
a laptop at home) or share editing responsibilities with a colleague. Only one person
can work on the schedule at a time. Our "checkout system" helps coordinate scheduling.
If someone is working on the schedule, anyone else who attempts to open it will get
a warning that the schedule file is "checked out".
5. How to convert a residency schedule to a new academic
Converting your residency schedule saves you from starting from scratch each new year.
The converted schedule will keep your service lists, clinics, rules, resident names,
setup, etc... but with the new academic year dates. All you have to do is update the
schedule for the new year such as graduate and promote your residents, enter new interns,
and adjust block dates.
6. Set up contact information & secure texting
Your Amion license includes Secure Texting. You may work with other Secure Texting
apps and use pagers too.
7. Popular features to try
Schedule building tools:
Vacation & Special Requests:
8. End user resources