Tag: patient scheduling

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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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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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Why so many practices make mistakes setting up their appointments

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To understand how to fix the problem of appointment types, we need to figure out why the problem exists in the first place.

1) Appointment types are setup when you know the least

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Don't be Fooled by the Latest Healthcare Tech Buzzword: Automation

Our team recently attended an annual conference for one of the largest healthcare corporations in the world. While walking through the exhibits and talking with executives, one word kept coming up: automation. It hung over the conference like a summer fog.

Excited that QueueDr's mission to bring automation to providers everywhere was finally being picked up by the rest of

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