Webinar: Evidence of the Value of Scheduling
Academic research provides scientific evidence of the value of scheduling - perfect for the academic physician scientists with whom we work. But who has time to cull through the vast array of academic literature, let alone translate it? Not to worry, as we do! Join us for this amazing hour, featuring researchers translating the literature about scheduling for you, including the Patient Access Collaborative's Elizabeth Woodcock. We'll include research findings on referrals, no-shows, metrics, panel size, and appointment scheduling.
Gordon Schiff, MD, is a general internist and Quality and Safety Director for the Harvard Medical School Center for Primary Care. He is Associate Director of Brigham and Women’s Center for Patient Safety Research and Practice and Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School.
Dr. James Benneyan is a leading authority on healthcare systems engineering, founding director of two federally-awarded healthcare engineering centers, and professor of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research at Northeastern University.
Elizabeth Woodcock, DrPH, MBA, FACMPE, CPC, principal of Woodcock & Associates and the founder of the Patient Access Collaborative.
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