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Chapter 9

Scheduling Appointments and Patient Processing

TermDefinition
amenity something conductive to comfort, convenience or enjoyment
demographics statistical data of a population
established patients patients who are returning to the office who have previously been seen by another provider
expediency a means of achieving a particular end, as in a situation requiring haste or caution
harmonious marked by accord in sentiment or action
incidental disclosure a secondary use or disclosure that cannot reasonably be prevented, is limited in nature
intergral essential
interval space of time in between events
matrix something in which a thing originates
phonetic constituting an alteration of ordinary spelling that better represents the spoken language
prerequisite something that is necessary to and end
sequentially of, relating to
Created by: audrianamarie