Sometimes a little preparation can save a lot of time and frustration, especially before a visit to the doctor. It can improve patient experience and help physician practices protect their bottom line. According to AMA Wire, “Pre-visit planning can increase efficiency often saving 30 minutes of both physician and staff time per day. In a practice with 220 clinic days a year where a physician’s time costs about $3 a minute and staff time costs about $1 a minute — that’s about $26,400 a year.” CHADIS is a web-based questionnaire delivery, decision support and patient engagement system. Pre-visit data collection enables the clinician to focus on patient concerns and visit agenda. How does CHADIS work? Patients, parents or teens respond to the questionnaires online (from home or waiting room using a tablet or phone) prior to the office visit, helping […]
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