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There’s uncertain urgent care. There’s downtime for some days, a patient walks in for other days, and a wait of several hours is welcomed. That makes it difficult to manage employee productivity and patient volumes for urgent-care programmers. For both healthcare organizations and patients, getting more patients into urgent care can create huge cost savings. That’s mainly through helping to reduce the use of emergency departments.
While many patients enjoy the ability to check in or order prescriptions online, walk-in patients who are not comfortable with the system may cause some tension for the rest of the patients; for example, if a walk-in patient feels puzzled when asked to wait a half-hour while being the only person in the reception area. That’s why framing the service as a check-in or way of saving one’s location, and not an appointment, is significant.
Future of online prescribing:
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