QGenda, a cloud-based automated physician scheduling software has acquired Tangier, a provider of of emergency medicine, hospital medicine, and urgent care scheduling software. With the acquisition of Tangier, QGenda extends its leadership position and adds two decades of experience in emergency medicine, hospital medicine, and urgent care scheduling.
Since its inception, Tangier has grown to serve more than 400 customers and 50,000 providers in emergency medicine, hospital medicine, urgent care and other specialties. The combined companies now provide automated physician scheduling for more than 2,500 customers, 170,000 providers, and 20 million monthly shift hours.
The importance of automated physician scheduling solutions continues to grow as organizations continually seek to optimize provider resources. Additionally, the growing emphasis on care coordination has made enterprise access to the centralized call schedule increasingly vital.
Tangier is a scalable solution that can accommodate a single ED, large academic institutions, or multi-location healthcare management companies. Tangier stores all scheduling and provider information in one place, providing improved information sharing, operational efficiency and scheduling accuracy.
Tangier’s algorithm enables the automatic creation of fair and complete schedules that eliminate stress for providers and schedulers through the use of configurable site rules and provider preferences. Providers view and manage their schedules via the Web, with user-friendly features that enable them to enter schedule requests, swap shifts with other providers, and sign in and out to capture actual hours worked.
“QGenda has long been a strong player in the EM/HM/UC market. By combining our leading-edge, interactive scheduling algorithms and centralized on-call platform with Tangier, we will be able to bring additional depth, expertise, and resources to further cement our position as the #1 cloud-based automated physician scheduling software,” said Greg Benoit, CEO of QGenda in statement.
Financial details of the acquisition were not disclosed. The combined company will maintain its existing locations and teams in Georgia and Maryland.