Creating the Perfect Urgent Care Staffing Model

By: Pam Reynolds

I can read our CFO like a well illustrated children’s book when it comes to our monthly financial meetings. If we’ve had a less than perfect month, the tension is in the room before the meeting starts. If we’ve had a great month, the happy energy is in the room when I walk in. Either mood is largely due to how I helped calculate staffing for a particular month.

Staffing is expensive. You would be hard pressed to find an owner of any company who wouldn’t agree that staffing is his or her biggest expense. In urgent

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