How to Turn Your Hectic Waiting Room Into a Reception Area with Bleen

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Are you a clinic manager who dreads the Monday morning phone rush?

Are your walk-in patients pushy, impatient, and frustrated waiting for their turn to see the doctor?

Do your patients complain about how difficult it is to phone into the clinic jut to make an appointment?

You can do better than that!

My guests on Practice Management Nuggets Webinars for Your Healthcare Practice will show you how!

Chris Naraine, National Sales Director and Robert Cove, Solutions Consultant of Bleen know how automated scheduling solutions can help your small to medium family medical practices

  • Reduce 40% to 60% of your incoming phone calls.
  • Reduce 75% of your no-show appointments.

Chris Naraine, National Sales Director and Robert Cove, Solutions Consultant of Bleen know how automated scheduling solutions can help your small to medium family medical practices

If you are ready to change your hectic, stressful front office for an efficient, respectful front office and you are a

  • Clinic manager of a small to medium family healthcare practice or
  • Healthcare provider planning a new practice

Jump on this FREE Interview with automated scheduling solutions experts Chris Naraine and Robert Cove and discover how you can improve your patient flow management.

Practice Management Nuggets’© series is hosted by Jean Eaton (Your Practice Management Mentor) of Information Managers Ltd.

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