Tag: Medical Scheduling

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Learn best practices to improve physician utilization, staff productivity, and patient satisfaction. Start having fuller schedules and happier patients.

Four Ways To Reduce Unscheduled Provider Capacity

Medical organizations face obstacles with patient access and physician shortages so they need to be smart with how they manage their schedule. Unscheduled Provider Capacity (UPC) is defined as open appointments in a provider's schedule where a provider is available to see a patient but no one is scheduled.

These open times on your providers' schedules result in unrealized revenue,

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Convincing Doctors to Share

Doctors don't like sharing patients with other providers, how can you convince them to do so? The answer is appealing to their self interest, addressing their fears, and thoughtfully implementing change.

The Why

The number of nurse practitioners has more than doubled in the last 11 years. Nurse practitioners now have full practice authority in over 22 states with more

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The Framework for Fixing Your Appointment Types

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Fixing your appointment types can seem like an insurmountable task. That's why we've put together a framework to make the task more manageable.

Three Steps for Fixing Your Appointment Types

We worked through this process with hundreds of practices and have boiled it down to three steps.

1.

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Three Appointment Types Every Healthcare Practice Gets Wrong

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Identifying the most common annotations in appointments types can make scheduling and maintaining consistent patient flow easier. Looking at thousands of schedules we've noticed a trend around a few appointment types that cause the most problems for practices. Check to see if your practice is doing these.

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