Rotamap Mobile Apps
Our iOS and Android apps provide clinicians with an up-to-date rota in their pocket and also helps streamline several complex processes. Clinicians using it can view their rota, request leave and bid to work uncovered sessions on the go.
The iPhone apps are compatible with devices running on iOS 10 or higher. The Android apps are compatible with Android devices on Android OS 6 or higher. Medirota and CLWRota Android apps are available from the Google Play Store for Android phones and on the Apple App Store for iPhones.
With both weekly and daily views, clinicians can easily see their past, current and planned work, including draft rotas and their confirmed professional activity. They can see who they have been rostered to work with and who they will be working with in the future.
Clinicians can also view on-call rotas and the rest of the department's activity, including when people have taken leave. This provides an overview of all department activity and allows clinicians to quickly gauge how proposed absences would impact the whole department in terms of supervision, cover or cancellations.
The mobile application allows clinicians to book leave from wherever they are. They can preview what work they would be doing over the period of time they are planning to be on leave for, who else is working and who is already away.
Booking leave directly on the app helps facilitate communication between clinical and non-clinical teams, reducing unnecessary admin work.
Bids allows clinicians to respond to requests for session cover from department administrators directly within the app.
Session details are clearly listed and clinicians can state their interest in working a particular session. This allows for cover to be sourced more efficiently without recourse to long email exchanges and phone calls.
Clinicians can use the in-app Messages feature to view bids and alerts related to changes to their scheduled activity including leave requests. Direct messages can also be exchanged with the rota administration team and other clinicians within the department.
Clinicians can use Annotations to mark up sessions with either public or private notes. These notes can be used to record instances where clinicians have worked longer hours than expected. Annotations can also be helpful for clinicians who want to keep a record of when they had to go into the hospital while on-call or to log notes for training purposes.
Department administrators can then report on public notes which can be helpful when recording lists which have overrun.