We’re Talking ‘Patient Wait Time Woes’ at the Next #KareoChat

March 7th, 2017 by Kareo

At the next #KareoChat on Thursday, March 9 at 9AM PT, @HealthITAdvice will lead a discussion about #PatientWaitTimes. Join us by following @GoKareo and #KareoChat via Twitter!





Here are the chat questions to help you prepare your thoughts and join the conversation:

    1. The #PatientWaitTimes report has survey data from patients & physicians: http://bit.ly/2lU6xvT Why cover both? @HealthITAdvice #KareoChat
    2. What surprises you about doctor and patient responses to clinic wait time frustrations? @HealthITAdvice #KareoChat
    3. What can be done to prevent patient wait times from getting too long/affecting a practice’s bottom line? @HealthITAdvice #KareoChat
    4. What role does medical technology play when it comes to patient wait times? @HealthITAdvice #KareoChat
    5. Wait times are sometimes inevitable, so what tips have the biggest impact for reducing patient frustration? @HealthITAdvice #KareoChat
    6. There are many ways for practices can track wait times. Which strategy do you recommend?@HealthITAdvice #KareoChat

BONUS: There’s a variety of tech out there to help manage patient wait times. How do you find the right software? #KareoChat

Bring your questions, post them to #KareoChat ahead of time, or tweet them to the host @HealthITAdvice or @GoKareo. Hope to see you there!

About the Host

Gaby Loria is a research manager for Software Advice and covers medical market with a focus in EMRs. Her content on health care technology has been cited in medical industry publications and mainstream media outlets alike, including Politico, Telemundo, Healthcare IT News, the Mayo Clinic’s website, Becker’s Hospital Review and KevinMD. Gaby joined Software Advice in 2014. Follow her work at @HealthITAdvice on Twitter.


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