Fixed Appointment Scheduling Blocks are Inefficient

Huddle+ | Inefficiency Insights #22

Problem One-liner

The fixed interval appointment scheduling in doctors' offices, assuming uniformity in patient needs, leads to inefficiencies, extended physician work hours, and patient dissatisfaction due to variable appointment durations and unaccounted administrative tasks.

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