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Open access scheduling

May/June 2015 Issue
How to Provide More Access Without Working More Hours [Feature]

Working differently can be the key to greater access and satisfaction for both you and your patients.


September/October 2013 Issue
Three Building Blocks for Improving Access to Care [Feature]

Your efforts to give patients same-day appointments won't succeed until you address three critical issues.


September/October 2010 Issue
Five Ways to Improve Access to Care [The Last Word]

If we fail at access, we fail at the most fundamental piece of the relationship.


May 2008 Issue
'Would You Like to See a Doctor Today?' [Feature]

If you offer same-day appointments, this simple question can save your staff – and your patients – hours of time.


Feb 2007 Issue
Six Tips for Improving Practice Efficiency and Patient Satisfaction [Feature]

When this practice's initial success began to fade, the physicians and staff had to rethink “business as usual.”


Mar 2006 Issue
Implementing Open-Access Scheduling in an Academic Practice [Feature]

This group overcame staffing complexities on the road to open access.


Mar 2005 Issue
Open Access: Nothing This Good Can Be Easy [Editor's Page]

Open access, or “advanced access,” has long been the poster child for practice redesign. Open access can make life better for you, your staff and your patients, and if you can pull it off, you’re in a great position to attempt any other redesign effort.


Mar 2005 Issue
Answers to Your Questions About Same-Day Scheduling [Feature]

The concept’s founder explains how to do “today’s work today” and improve patient access to your practice.


May 2004 Issue
Implementing Advanced Access in a Group Practice Network [Feature]

This group’s improved availability has contributed to increases in patient satisfaction, new patients and productivity.


May 2004 Issue
Open Access: Whatever You May Think, It Works [Editor's Page]

Introduces Pierdon open access and highlights the number of open-access success stories we've published in the last couple of years.


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