PARROT.MD FOR PHYSICIANS
More time? More Money? Your choice.
PARROT.MD is the only app of its kind allowing credentialed physicians to anonymously sell hospital call shifts when they cannot work or claim hospital call shifts when they can.
THE MOBILE DESTINATION FOR TAKING HOSPITAL CALL SHIFTS ON YOUR TERMS
Imagine this: You have a hospital call obligation that you would like to take off your schedule because of something that has come up. You take out your phone and with a few taps of your finger, you anonymously post the call obligation that you want to be covered on parrot.md. Within minutes, other credentialed physicians see the post. One credentialed physician wants to make a little extra money and has the time to take the shift. They accept the offer at the agreed-upon price.
The call is no longer your responsibility.
WELCOME TO PARROT.MD.
WHAT WE DO
PROVIDE PHYSICIANS WITH A DIGITAL TOOL TO ANONYMOUSLY SELL CALL OBLIGATIONS TO OTHER CREDENTIALED PHYSICIANS.
ALLOW PHYSICIANS TO CREATE THEIR OWN WORK-LIFE BALANCE.
ELIMINATE THE UNNECESSARY DIALOGUE THAT OCCURS WHEN SWAPPING HOSPITAL CALL SHIFTS.
BRING PEACE OF MIND TO HOSPITAL CALL.
GETTING STARTED IS EASY
Search PARROT.MD in the app store and download the app for free.
Create your profile and include your qualifications. Qualifications will be verified by the Parrot team within 24 hours of submission.
POST CALL TIMES
Easily post the call(s) you want to be covered. Other PARROT.MD members credentialed at your hospital will be notified.
Once another physician has accepted your call, it is no longer your responsibility. Litierally AND legally.
With PARROT.MD, physicians have the freedom to manage their call responsibilities. Have the time? Want the money? Scroll through posted call times in the app and choose one that fits your schedule.
PHYSICIAN WORK-LIFE BALANCE
The two leading causes of physician burnout are too many weekly hours and a lack of autonomy. Journal articles and news stories are published daily on the devastating impacts physician burnout has on physicians and their families.
I dread coming to work. I find myself being short when dealing with staff and patients.
My relationships have withered...my family is frustrated. We rarely make plans to do anything socially as they are likely to be canceled.
I need to take a lot of time away from the hospital to find balance and re-energize. It was never an issue 15 years ago.
Quotes are taken from the MedScape National Physician Burnout, Depression & Suicide Report 2019.