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Healthcare systems consumed 17.7 % of the U.S. GDP. Efficiently using clinical resources is critical. No-show appointments decrease the provider’s productivity, increases healthcare costs, and limits the health clinic’s effective capacity. Address patients with history of no show with targeted questionnaire and provide corresponding support can not only decrease the rate and improve the efficiency of health care but also decrease unnecessary emergency and urgent care visits
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Tan, Heng, "Reducing No Show Rate In the Primary Care Setting" (2020). Family Medicine Clerkship Student Projects. 539.