1.25 hour recorded audio and power point
Recorded on September 25, 2015
Reaction to the experience of waiting is defined less by the overall length of the wait and more by the psychology of waiting. To create the sort of experience that attracts and retains patients, urgent care operators must work at the source of patient expectations and perceptions about wait rather than focusing solely on reducing its duration. Learn what the research tells us about waiting psychology, and proven methods for improving satisfaction with the wait experience.
Michael Burke Founder/CEO, Clockwise.MD A serial entrepreneur, Mike has over 16 years of experience starting and leading healthcare technology companies. In 2001 Mike founded Dialog Medical, which became a leading provider of "Informed Consent" systems to hospitals and physicians. He sold the company in 2011 to Standard Register (NYSE: SR). He started Clockwise.MD in 2013.
Financial Disclosures: Salaried/Owner, Major Stockholder in Lightshed Technologies and Clockwise MD.
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