Tag: Cancellation Study

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A series of blog posts concerning our study of 24,000 patient cancellations and what medical practices can learn from them.

Are Patients More Likely to Cancel Shorter Appointments?

We are introducing a new series of blog posts based on our analysis of 24,000 cancellations that QueueDr has seen in the last couple months. These are only cancellations and the data doesn’t include no-shows. These posts will provide insight on scheduling, optimization, patient behavior, and the crazy world of healthcare. Enjoy!

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When do Patients Want Appointments?

We are introducing a new series of blog posts based on our analysis of 24,000 cancellations that QueueDr has seen in the last couple months. These are only cancellations and doesn’t include no-shows. These posts will provide insight on scheduling, optimization, patient behavior, and the crazy world of healthcare. Enjoy!

We recently wrote Friday has the most cancellations.

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What day’s appointments are most likely to be cancelled?

QueueDr is introducing a new series of blog posts based on our analysis of 24,000 customer cancellations that QueueDr has helped automatically fill in the last couple months. After analyzing these cancellations we learned many things, some very surprising. These posts will provide insight on scheduling, optimization, patient behavior, and the crazy world of healthcare. Enjoy!

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