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  • Recorded Webinar:

    Keeping Schedules Full

    No-shows and avoidance in care have significant impacts on patient outcomes and practice operations. Learn 3 easy ways you can keep schedules full.

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    Cathy Kuhn
    PharmD, BCACP, FAPhA

    The old way of communicating with patients is no longer acceptable, and practices need new ways to engage patients and keep schedules full.

    Hear how you can keep schedules full with workflows to manage:

    1. Reducing the frequency of no-shows
    2. Proactively engaging patients due for a visit
    3. Optimizing telehealth offerings

    Fill out the form to the right to learn 3 key strategies to keep schedules full.

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    No-shows can lead to disruptions in patient—clinician relationships, interruptions in pharmacotherapy, lack of testing follow-up, greater utilization of higher levels of care, psychological stress, and other adverse outcomes for patients.

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    of patients feel the quality of care in a virtual visit is as good or better than an in-person visit.

    MGH Study, 2018

    Updox makes it keep schedules full.