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Healthcare Call Centers Use Contracted Services to Drive Results Fast

November 13, 2018

Learn How Contracted Services Can Benefit Your Healthcare Call Center When you’re ready to take your healthcare call center to the next level, don’t add an expensive call center professional to your payroll and hope for the best. Instead use a contracted services professional to provide what you need, when you want it, and without …

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Improve Cost Containment Using Healthcare Call Centers

November 6, 2018

A huge concern among healthcare providers is cost containment. Aside from this being a responsible healthcare goal, especially for uninsured and under insured patients, it is also a central expectation of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). Common targets are generic versus name brand prescriptions versus over-the-counter solutions. Another prime area is eliminating unnecessary tests and …

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Expand Patient Access Using Healthcare Call Centers

October 30, 2018

A buzzword in the healthcare industry is patient access. Increasing patient access provides more care options to patients and improves their level of care. As a side benefit a healthcare system keeps more patients in their network of care, improves provider and equipment utilization, and boosts the bottom line. Tapping a healthcare call center, especially …

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How an Answering Service Can Enhance Healthcare

October 23, 2018

Today’s Telephone Answering Services Help Make Healthcare More Available and Affordable The telephone is rapidly becoming a valuable tool to enhance healthcare by improving outcomes, saving money, and being more responsive. Some call centers focus exclusively on healthcare, but that doesn’t rule out the critical, cost-effective role that answering services can play to help deliver …

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What Are the Key Capabilities a Call Center Manager Needs?

October 16, 2018

Hire Leaders That Possess These Essential Capabilities and Then Teach Them Other Skills A call center manager must master many things. While they can learn most of these skills, others are harder to pick up. That’s why it’s best to hire a call center manager who has these inherent key abilities. Pursue Excellence Each year …

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Manager Versus Leader: What Is the Difference Between a Manager and a Leader?

October 9, 2018

A Successful Call Center Requires Both a Manager and a Leader Who do you want to run your call center, a manager or leader? Are they the same thing or different? Can one become the other? These are all great questions in the manager versus leader debate. Let’s investigate this idea of manager versus leader …

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Call Center Managers Must Seek to Maintain a Good Work-Life Balance

October 2, 2018

Call Center Managers Often Fail Because They Try Too Hard Managing a call center is hard work. Not everyone can do it. In fact, many people can’t. Despite their best intentions and their hard work, they fail to do the job that needs to be done the way they need to do it. Aside from …

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Do You Have a $30 per Hour Nurse Doing $12 per Hour Phone Work?

September 25, 2018

Many healthcare call centers staff a mixture of registered nurses and telephone agents—or at least they should. The nurses do what they’re trained for: answer medical questions and address health situations, while the agents do what they’re trained for: answer calls, take messages, give out information, screen calls, dispatch urgent information, and transfer callers. While …

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No Client is Too Small to need an Answering Service

September 18, 2018

Music teacher Kay Carter spends her summers providing private music lessons to elementary through high school students. She began offering the lessons to a few of her public school students who wanted to continue to work with her over the summer. By the second year, Kay realized tutoring could help her supplement her public school …

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Prepare Your Answering Service For Stormy Weather

September 14, 2018

“Everybody complains about the weather, but nobody does anything about it,” so said Charles Dudley Warner. Bad weather affects us all, including telephone answering services that strive to serve clients regardless of the weather: hurricane, winter storm, heat wave, flood-producing rain, and so on. While your disaster recovery plan (you have one, right?) should specifically …

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Healthcare Call Centers Use Contracted Services to Drive Results Fast

Learn How Contracted Services Can Benefit Your Healthcare Call Center When you’re ready to take your healthcare call center to the next level, don...


Improve Cost Containment Using Healthcare Call Centers

A huge concern among healthcare providers is cost containment. Aside from this being a responsible healthcare goal, especially for uninsured and under...


Expand Patient Access Using Healthcare Call Centers

A buzzword in the healthcare industry is patient access. Increasing patient access provides more care options to patients and improves their level of ...


How an Answering Service Can Enhance Healthcare

Today’s Telephone Answering Services Help Make Healthcare More Available and Affordable The telephone is rapidly becoming a valuable tool to enhance...


What Are the Key Capabilities a Call Center Manager Needs?

Hire Leaders That Possess These Essential Capabilities and Then Teach Them Other Skills A call center manager must master many things. While they can ...


Manager Versus Leader: What Is the Difference Between a Manager and a Leader?

A Successful Call Center Requires Both a Manager and a Leader Who do you want to run your call center, a manager or leader? Are they the same thing or...


Call Center Managers Must Seek to Maintain a Good Work-Life Balance

Call Center Managers Often Fail Because They Try Too Hard Managing a call center is hard work. Not everyone can do it. In fact, many people can’t. D...


Do You Have a $30 per Hour Nurse Doing $12 per Hour Phone Work?

Many healthcare call centers staff a mixture of registered nurses and telephone agents—or at least they should. The nurses do what they’re trained...