Practice Growth

How To Effectively Manage High Patient Volume with Limited Staff

Urgent Cares consistently need to manage high and unpredictable patient volumes with limited staff to support. 

Patient volume can be a bit precarious. If there are no patients coming in, you're not seeing any revenue. Conversely, too many patients walking in can stress out your staff, increase wait times, and negatively impact patient experience. 

With patient experience becoming more and more integral to your success, it’s more important than ever that clinics deliver the most efficient experience possible—both for patients and for staff.

Outcomes: 

  • Acknowledge the symmetry between patient experience and staff burnout 
  • Understand the key components of your workflow that can be made more effective and efficient with a digital patient experience
  • Get 5 tactical ways you can enhance your workflows today to deliver the best possible care while reducing staff burnout
  • Know how to use online appointments to load-balance during high volume times 

Now is the time to think about your operations and invest the time to pick them apart and evaluate every step of the staff and patient journey, answering, "Is this the best way to do this?" Operators that don’t meet this standard will fall behind.

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Dr. Rob Rohatsch, Chief Medical Oficer, Solv
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