in-basket


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Noun1.in-basket - a wood or metal receptacle placed on your desk to hold your incoming materialin-basket - a wood or metal receptacle placed on your desk to hold your incoming material
receptacle - a container that is used to put or keep things in
out-basket, out-tray - a wood or metal receptacle placed on your desk to hold your outgoing material
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TUESDAY, July 9, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Receipt of more than the average number of electronic health record (EHR) system-generated in-basket messages is associated with an increased probability of physician burnout, according to a study published in the July 1 issue of Health Affairs.
The top 10 stressors based on the survey were email, clerical activity, time worked outside of regular hours, workload time pressure, work expectations, insufficient time for meaningful activities, in-basket messages, lack of decisional transparency, inadequate compensation, and too many work hours.
Now clinicians, who spend a majority of their time on three tasks -- clinical documentation, diagnostic orders entry, and sorting through the in-basket of results -- would be able to spare that time for a personal touch to their patients.
Three in 10 shoppers will continue to compare their in-basket items with other purchases, while 22 per cent will add items to wish-lists and the same percentage will make the effort to go in-store to try clothes on.
Built upon the Perceptive Experience platform, this electronic, visual in-basket is a fast and responsive HTML5 alternative to Windows and Java applications.
In the 7,000-student School District of Elmbrook in suburban Milwaukee, teacher candidates not only sit for a Q&A interview but also teach a sample 45-minute lesson and tackle an in-basket exercise," such as answering a parent's email or using student data to devise a course of action, says Dan Pavletich, the director of human resources.
Allen employs cvcry- tli i ng from jotting notes and keeping a physical in-basket to digital tools such as Talking Alarm Clock to avoid this.
* Complete "in-basket" exercises consisting of cases developed around nine required health care courses.
Will UEFA's in-basket finally fall empty while the sad and the lonely from the cyber world forget about alleging breaches of the eligibility rules, Rangers' tax investigation or who sang what about famine and paramilitaries?
* In-Baskets. Ask every job candidate to deal with the contents or paperwork in an in-basket and make decisions that balance the volume of work against a tight schedule.
Klingner's article deserves to be in the in-basket of East Asian policy officials of a new U.S.