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How do practices create “self-managing” front desk staff?
This graphic shows the 12 Duties of a self-managed front desk staff. At each stage, a precise moment of interaction occurs with a patient
…can you guess which stage is most important?
(hint: it’s not clinical)
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These 12 Duties
Though all 12 duties should exist in every practice, the most important Duty is the first:
Without the Appoint/Confirm Stage, nothing else matters.
Because without a beautifully executed Appoint/Confirm Stage, the patient may never show up.
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Do this well, and you’ll begin creating a self-managed front desk.
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Most practice owners never realize how much potential is left untouched…the first stage must be perfected for your practice to reach its potential.
The Self-Managed Front Desk Staff
NAILS the Appoint/Confirm Stage
When staff gets the Appoint/Confirm stage right, they become more self-managed and a fascinating trickle-down effect takes place. All 12 stages begin to improve rapidly, creating a dramatic effect on each patient experience.
As you know, when patient experiences improve, you create higher profits, more free time and less stress.
And it all begins with the right training on the Appoint/Confirm stage.
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Is it time for your team to be trained?
What you get From Training Staff
This is what happens when your front desk staff is trained and becomes “self-managed”:
- you’re free to focus on patients
- you delegate more tasks you don’t enjoy
- you spend more time building the practice
- you have more time to treatment plan well
- you avoid stress from “front office” mess
- you have mental room for great case presentation
- your cash flow puts you in a better financial place
This all begins with the Appoint/Confirm Stage, the most important stage of all 12.
How will you help train your staff to get the Appoint/Confrim Stage right?
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