Physician Practice

Is your patient schedule your worst enemy?

Physician Practice Perspective, July 1, 2004

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Scheduling peaks and valleys cause practices to suffer cash-flow crunches and inventory instability. Morale drops for providers and staff who can't accurately predict business needs or count on a regular lunch break or quitting time. And patients are frustrated that they must wait weeks or months to see their doctors unless they have urgent needs. That's why it may be time to consider a new scheduling system.

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