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ongratulations to our 2023 PAC Access Champions! We're so excited to announce this year's Access Champions. The Patient Access Collaborative would...

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With more than 200 patient access professionals in attendance, representing 72 academic health systems from across the country, with great...

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his month the Member Spotlight is on Kristine Allen, MSN, MHA, Chief Nursing Officer at MSU Health Care. Learn more about Kristine below. Want to be...

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In Part 1, we discussed the importance of gathering and assessing business intelligence, and in Part 2, we learned how to determine prevention...

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In Part 1, we discussed the importance of gathering and assessing business intelligence, and we're continuing the conversation with determining...

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Slots that go unfilled are arguably the greatest challenge in patient access. They represent a failure to accommodate a patient despite unrelenting...

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We are excited to announce two new industry partners to the Patient Access Collaborative: notifyMD! Read more about them below. notifyMD notifyMD...

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Submitted by Hyro, an Industry Partner of PAC Calling to schedule a medical appointment can be stressful. Combine the discomfort of talking about a...

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Schedule Density: A Better Way to Measure Good Access By Chris Profeta, MPH Last week, we determined that good patient access must incorporate the...

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This month the Member Spotlight is on Gregory Addicott, BSN, RN, CCRN, Clinical Triage Manager, Patient Access Center at Columbia University Irving...

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The Patient Access Collaborative is launching a podcast and we asked you to help us name it! We received so many clever and great name ideas and...

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By: Chris Profeta, MPH Does a metric answer the question – is our access good? Good patient access is not easy to define and even harder to...

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