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Standardized exam rooms "help keep the visit on-time and allows the clinician to have more time with patients" shar.es/TZ70o #lean
“Just because something bears the aspect of the inevitable one should not, therefore, go along willingly with it.” —Philip K. Dick
My wife & I often end up asking, "Is that person/organization being incompetent or are they trying to screw us?" Not sure which is worse.
I worry some of the #barrescue managers will fall back into old bad habits once the cameras and adult supervision are gone.
If a manager thinks they are an infallible boss who is always right and won't allow questions from employees, your business will fail.
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