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The physics of a patient encounter

Physician Practice Perspective, September 21, 2002

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By Barbara Eberly“The potential energy of a system of bodies is the work that the system of bodies can do by virtue of the relative position of its parts—that is, by virtue of its configuration.” Physics, 1966This came from my daughter’s physics test. And while I am not in the habit of using physics theories to manage a medical practice, this statement seems fitting. You see, the proper configuration of your medical office’s “system of bodies” influences the amount of work you can accomplish.To analyze how well your office works, pull the staff

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