US-based healthcare company CHG Healthcare has introduced two mobile applications, MyCompHealth and MyWeatherby, for healthcare providers who work on locum tenens assignments.

The applications are designed to create a comprehensive platform for clinicians who value flexibility and are engaged in temporary positions, ensuring they can manage their assignments.

Available now on Google Play and Apple App Store, the apps cater to providers working with CompHealth and Weatherby Healthcare staffing companies.

They offer a suite of features that enable users to consolidate travel details, shift schedules and other essential information in one accessible location on their smartphones.

The technology also aims to help hospitals and healthcare establishments retain necessary coverage and eliminate gaps in patient care.

Both MyCompHealth and MyWeatherby share similar functionalities and have a mobile-first interface and biometric login for security.

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They also offer features such as time entry for shifts, travel itineraries, schedule details and access to support teams.

CHG Healthcare president Leslie Snavely said: “We’re excited to launch these apps and take some of the administrative stress out of the locum tenens process for our healthcare providers.

“As the industry leader, our goal is to give them the best service and the easiest-to-use technology, so that they can do more of the work that got them into medicine in the first place — caring for patients.”

The launch of these mobile apps is part of CHG Healthcare’s efforts to partner with healthcare facilities to build a more sustainable workforce, while addressing the critical need for continuity in patient care.

CHG Healthcare chief digital officer Scott Boecker said: “We know busy healthcare professionals want technology to make their lives easier and streamline administrative clutter so they can spend more time with patients.

“Our app keeps all their assignment details and administrative tasks in one place that can be easily accessed from their phone.”