Implementation checklists: How to reduce patient no-shows
Review implementation guidance for no-show reduction strategies including appointment reminders, patient fines, personal phone calls, and predictive overbooking.
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Case study: How Aurora implemented a scheduling wheel
Aurora created a standardized scheduling wheel that breaks up a physician’s day into a manageable, predictable workload with built-in flexibility.
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Scheduling playbook: 10 steps to centralized scheduling
Scheduling reform can be complex. Our 10-step guide leads you through a successful centralization process.
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How to Talk to Physicians About Standardized Scheduling
Use this cheat sheet to anticipate and address common physician pushback that you might encounter in meetings and one-on-one performance conversations.
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Case Study: How Glacier Bay Clinic Standardized Schedules to Improve Patient Access
Glacier Bay Clinic, a pseudonym, increased primary care capacity without hiring additional providers—while still preserving autonomy during the process.
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Case study: How Yosemite Physicians scaled online scheduling
Yosemite Physicians, a pseudonym, rolled out online scheduling across the physician enterprise.
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Ready-to-use slides: How to talk to physicians about patient access
Use these slides to socialize access expansion with your physicians and secure their support for your organization’s access goals.
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