It would be FANTASTIC if dentrix would provide an alert/pop up when booking an appointment letting you know that benefit maximums will be reached with that appointment. Please :)
Hey y'all. You can always type the word ASAP in the Appt Description, in front of the description of the appt and then make the appt notes as to their personal preference. It has helped me many times fill a schedule. It will stand out on your list when you pull it up the unscheduled.
Perhaps, in the interim, add an option to display a column for "Schedule" on the Unscheduled List to see if it is ASAP, FIXED, OPEN.
How this is not already in place in crazy. It's been talked about for almost 3 years, says "likely to implement"- yet still NOTHING! We "force"patients to make appt 3 months out that they don't really want so that we can have them on the ASAP list. Causes nothing but problems!
In addition to this, make it possible to edit unscheduled appts from the More Info button rather than having to open the unscheduled list separately. Just like we can open existing and past appointments from the More Info box, we should be able to open that unscheduled appointment block to make notes/changes as well!
This would be so helpful!! Currently we have an asap binder where we have to manually keep track of patients wanting sooner.
If you add someone to the will call list they don't need an apt. You can view them in the unscheduled list under a seperate catagory W/Call
Having any sort of waiting list for people who are not scheduled and genuinely are wanting to get in (not just the unscheduled list) would be great.
Please! This would be so helpful. Often times we have patients with only 1
or 2 days of availability and beyond that, they cannot commit to an
appointment. Great idea to implement.
*Park Place Dental Group*
On Tue, Apr 7, 2020 at 9:01 AM Henry Schein One (Jessica Rhoades) <
Also - it would be nice to be able to sort the ASAP/Will Call List by different categories, such as the date that the patient was put on the list. This way, patients could be called based on first-come-first-serve basis instead of the date of their scheduled appointment.
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