Running on time was always a purposeful goal in my practice. It showed that our office (doctor and staff alike) respected and valued our patients’ time and wanted to efficiently address their needs. It also reflected my personality; by nature, I am a punctual person, so I equally hate making others wait and having others make me wait. By policy, we never double-booked comprehensive examinations; if the schedule was fully booked, we would only double book emergencies and work them in as soon as possible. Running on time reduces stress for everyone in the office and allows both doctor and staff to experience greater work satisfaction and increased production. Read More