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Introduction

Healthcare professionals are bombarded each day with information in the form of e-mails, voice mails, faxes, reports, memos, and so on. Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 provides an easy and efficient way to track and organize most of the information that comes your way. As a busy healthcare professional, you can use Outlook tools for your personal information management needs. With Outlook, you can organize and manage your day-to-day information, from e-mail and calendars to contacts and tasks. It's easy to share information with others and organize and view your schedule and communications in one place.

Using the Calendar feature, you can manage your time by scheduling all the meetings and patient appointments you have. Among its many features, the Outlook Calendar lets you schedule Appointments (dates that are noted with data referring to that day's activity) and Events (an appointment that lasts 24 hours or more). Outlook also allows you to share your calendar with others. In Outlook, you view the schedules of your coworkers before you schedule meetings or patient appointments so that you can determine when the needed individuals in your group are available.


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