Study: Same-day appointments lower patient satisfaction
HealthcareRepublic.com, August 28, 2008
A study published in the British Journal of General Practice found that increasing the number of same-day appointments by 10% actually lowered the number of satisfied patients. Due to the findings, researchers from the University of Bristol said practices should be wary when increasing the number of same-day appointments to meet access targets.
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