Pay the schedulers what they are worth (it is a thankless job), train them well and do what you can to retain them. The less turnover you have the more valuable a centralized scheduling department can be. With the right people and resources, it is a wonderful thing. Without the right people and training, it can destroy your referral base.
Bill Beymer BS, RVT, RDMS
>>> Jill Myers <[log in to unmask]
> 6/27/07 13:20 >>>
As more departments go electronic, we have managed to keep from going to a
centralized scheduling until now. I would love to hear the pros and cons from
others who use centralized scheduling for outpatient studies in the vascular
Email me directly if you wish. Thanks.
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