A Cognitive Solution to the Problem of No-Shows
- The patients at-risk of missing an appointment, showing up late, or cancelling within a specified timeframe
- The factors influencing that risk of cancelation including the clinical and non-clinical drivers such as lack of access to transportation, depression, and language barriers
- Insight into which patients can be impacted and the specific actions that will reduce the risk of a no-show appointment
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