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Posted on March 17, 2014
Leonardo da Vinci said “simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” We agree. And, so does the office manager of a medical practice that we recently spoke to about how they use Patient Appointment Manager. She said they chose to use our appointment scheduling software because “it presented us with the best in simplicity and clarity of scheduling.”
Posted on March 7, 2014
Stephen works for Jamison Home Services, a commercial masonry restoration and preservation company near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They have about 30-40 employees, depending on the time of year. They’ve been using Staff Files for over six years.
Posted on February 25, 2014
Not only is it frustrating to constantly struggle with a simple appointment book or a basic computer scheduler, but it’s also embarrassing to appear so disorganized in front of customers and to make them wait. Plus, it’s time-consuming to flip through a paper appointment book to find future appointments in order to call or send out reminders. We recently learned more about why a Chiropractic clinic in Michigan decided to implement Patient Appointment Manager.
Posted on February 18, 2014
Tracking accrued paid time off (PTO) and benefit eligibility are common challenges for any business. It can be even more difficult when using paper personnel files or many spreadsheets to try to keep all the employee data organized. We recently heard from a Staff Files’ customer who said they “wanted to fully digitize all employees’ personnel files and have an easy-to-use program that could be used by multiple users in the same way.”
Posted on February 11, 2014
Accurate appointment calendars can help save time and keep up employee morale. Needless typing and excessive errors can cause both wasted time trying to figure out who’s coming in and when, and also a lot of unnecessary frustration for employees and patients. An efficient appointment scheduling program can save time and be easy to use; at least, that’s what the staff at an occupational medical facility recently told us.