This is very common in Sweden. It's good for doctors but not so much for patients, depending a bit on the speciality. This is because you lose some quality of care when you see a different doctor each time. But of course a fresh point of view can also sometimes be an advantage and bring new knowledge.
That said, this is an inevitable development in healthcare and I welcome your approach using software to automate the process.
Source I'm a doctor. I have done temp work through agencies such as this one. And I'm a software developer.
Do you include training or overviews for software used between different practices? Quick references on EMR choice, custom applications, and other differences between practices would probably reduce friction when starting at a new practice. You might even be able to include patient care summaries automatically if you are sharing patients.
Getting people set up with domain credentials and doing standard prep work were some of the other complaints I heard about, so good move there.
Thats a great idea. In the future, we do plan to offer 'virtual training' to get professionals familiar with the EMRs, etc before picking up a shift. Currently, people tend to post what software they are familiar with and offices usually hire professionals that have used that software or ask the employee to come in early and get trained.