Successful scheduling model depends on the practice's needs
Physicians stretched for time and worried about their practice's finances may overlook their scheduling model, but the system and schedulers play a critical role on the practice's frontline. A scheduling model that meets the needs of the particular practice coupled with staff member's knowledge, empathy, and communication skills is vital. The decision of whether to establish a centralized or decentralized scheduling model is more than customer service.
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