Spokane ENT + Zingtree
Improving medical care through intelligent medical scheduling
Spokane ENT is a certified division of the Columbia Surgical Specialists based in Spokane, Washington. With over 20 years offering excellent professional ear, nose and throat care to local residents, the highly-specialized clinic works tirelessly to help patients of all types experience life to their absolute fullest.
Spokane ENT’s Challenge
As a large group practice with multiple locations and specialties, Spokane ENT needed to optimize its appointment scheduling process. With specific areas of diagnosis and treatment, the clinic realized that they required a better way to ensure patients were scheduled with the proper specialists.
Implementing appointment scheduling decision trees for the clinic’s call center agents has allowed Spokane ENT to optimize its scheduling across locations. Agents navigate decision trees to pre-diagnose patients, which eliminates a lot of unnecessary doctor visits.
“Our scheduling agents are faced with the task of matching patients to one of 11 doctors, each with a specific area of practice and treatment,” says Dr. William Schmitt of Spokane ENT. “Decision trees have allowed us to collect patient symptoms and quickly schedule them with the correct physician and accompanying testing.”
- 18,000+ Calls: More than 18,000 patient calls assisted
- 2,400 Days: Over 2,400 operator days and counting
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This article was originally published on March 23, 2017.