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What Are Your No-Shows Trying to Tell You?

Your no-showed appointments might be giving you a lot of valuable information about your practice. All you have to do is look a little bit deeper. There are very few things that upset a medical provider more than a getting stood up. We aren’t talking about dating here, we are talking about a patient no …

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The Dilemma of Decreased Reimbursements

Throughout this blog series, we’ve talked about a lot of aspects regarding optimization of scheduling, and of the healthcare industry as a whole. Our posts have been centered around how to run the most efficient organization possible. Optimization is all about the strategic use of resources, even if they’re beyond the scope of physical materials …

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Busy versus Optimized: Your Provider’s Schedule

In a previous blog post, we talked about the “Why?” of utilizing data in healthcare. Now we’ll take a closer look into how data driven optimization can impact physicians, specifically when it comes to physician burnout and distribution of patients among providers. During med school, doctors are trained to work nonstop as the patient must …

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Do, Decide, Delegate: The Importance of Data Driven Decision Making

Practice Schedule Management = Provider Time Management = Practice Success Patient scheduling in a medical practice is no easy task. In fact, patient scheduling is not really a task at all. It is a process and a unique, complicated one at that. At a root level, patient scheduling is a form of time management and …

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Why are Scheduling Operations so Important?

Scheduling Inaccuracy vs. Healthcare Optimization Scheduling operations go hand-in-hand with healthcare optimization. But if there is much room for improvement, sometimes scheduling can actually work against the goals that the practice is trying to meet. It’s important to find a balance between patient care and the practice’s goals. A practice always wants to make sure …

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