Archive December 2011 XII, No. 12

Ideas That Work

Bedside check-in

Bedside Check-in
Efficient Check-In Process Takes Surgical Admissions to the Bedside
In many surgical settings, a patient checking in for an outpatient procedure endures a multitude of procedural steps with paperwork, insurance cards and payment arrangements. All this usually happens in the waiting room before the patient ever makes it to a clinical area to be prepped for the operating room.

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