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Appointment Scheduling Archives page from QLess

29 Dec

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Patient Scheduling Software For Health Clinics

December 29, 2020 | By |

As some of the most essential businesses, healthcare facilities must find ways to enact social distancing measures for the safety of their patients and employees. That means providing ways for patients to easily make appointments online and through their mobile devices. It also means cutting out the waiting room and using updated methods to check patients in for appointments. QLess patient scheduling software can do all this and give healthcare facilities an easy way to keep track of patient data. Simple for Patients to Use Who enjoys having to call an office and be placed on hold as you attempt to make an appointment? QLess simplifies the process with a callback system. Healthcare receptionists call you back when they can speak with you. T…
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26 Nov

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The 7 Benefits of Appointment Apps for Credit Union Growth

November 26, 2020 | By |

In an era of fierce competition in the financial industry, service quality and customer experience are among the most important factors that can make or break your enterprise. Small financial institutions, such as credit unions, face an uphill battle in competing with big banks for new member acquisition. The provision of superior services helps credit unions attract big bank customers in order to grow their membership base. The adoption of new, innovative technologies supports credit unions in competing with big banks for new members by offering stellar customer service. Implementing cutting-edge software solutions, such as QLess's appointment scheduling app and queue management system for financial services, can help your cooperative gro…
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23 Nov

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Improve Your Healthcare Management System During Flu Season

November 23, 2020 | By |

Since March 2020, our healthcare management systems have been strained. The pandemic has increased hospitalizations, moved clinics to virtual consultations, and completely changed how we deliver healthcare. Now -- as many countries deal with a second, worse wave of the virus -- the strain on healthcare is only going to get worse. And this time, it coincides with flu season. Clinics and pharmacies are at a huge disadvantage, trying to maintain health and safety measures while managing the influx of patients looking for the flu vaccine - a critical vaccine during this pandemic. To safely manage the influx of patients needing the flu shot, while continuing to serve the vulnerable, healthcare needs to implement technology solutions to improve s…
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20 Nov

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Fill Appointment Openings With an Online Scheduling System

November 20, 2020 | By |

The archaic method of using call centers and obsolete data management systems to schedule appointments burdens your employees, frustrates customers, and causes productivity and revenue loss for your organization. The traditional appointment scheduling system is extremely inefficient, depleting your business and customers' precious resources. On average, Americans waste 37 billion hours of their precious time each year waiting in line. This customer service inefficiency costs businesses more than $130 billion every year. Organizations, industries, and businesses that engage with the public must implement an online scheduling system to fill appointment openings to increase staff productivity, enhance operational efficiency, and improve custo…
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17 Nov

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How Class Scheduling Software Helps Colleges Promote Social Distancing

November 17, 2020 | By |

The global COVID-19 pandemic has ravaged higher education. Students' health and safety concerns have led to enrollment and attendance declines at most colleges. The decline in higher education enrollment has put many colleges in a dire financial position. According to the President of the American Council of Education, the coronavirus pandemic has cost universities at least $120 billion. Adopting public health measures and new technologies on campus to mitigate the spread of the disease can reassure students of your college's safety during the pandemic, boosting your enrollment and retention rates. The implementation of smart technologies, such as class and course scheduling software, helps promote social distancing on campus, creating a sa…
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