Six steps to boost productivity by 30 percent at your medical practice
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Stryker CO – The rule of thumb is that 30 percent of the activity in any type of office is wasted. Authors experience is that the percentage is even higher in a medical office. The more useless labor you can eliminate, the bigger the increase in productivity and the fewer mistakes. A careful review of some or all of the processes in a medical office can generally be expected to yield productivity gains of at least 30 percent in the areas addressed.

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