Core Schedule focus on technology improvements with new CTO

Wellington-headquartered rostering software solution vendor Core Schedule has promoted its technical lead Cade Murphy to the position of chief technology officer (CTO).

Mr Murphy has been with Core Schedule for nearly three years. His new role will be focused on guiding the development team, improving Core Schedule’s systems and workflow, assessing new product features and developing product strategies.

Core Schedule was developed by emergency department doctor Stephen C Pool as a customised, cloud-based system. It is used for rostering and scheduling for hospitals and healthcare facilities in New Zealand, Australia and the US.

Customers include Middlemore Hospital, Canterbury DHB, Hutt Valley DHB, Queensland Health and Illawarra Shoalhaven LHD.

During the first months of the coronavirus pandemic, it was able to roll out a new featuring tagging staff as not available due to being in isolation, allowing managers to easily see who was able to work.

Dr Pool said the company had a new, dedicated focus on improving its technology solutions and cross-system integrations.

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