How does your organization coordinate clinic and infusion scheduling? Does one appointment type take priority over the other? When, if ever, is de-coupling clinic and infusion appointments the right answer? Please join us as we make sense of the clinic-infusion connection, and give you the frameworks you need to untangle this complex planning problem.
In this on-demand webinar, Sofia DeMarco, Director of Product Management on the iQueue for Infusion Centers product team, will discuss:
- The balance between optimizing individual itineraries and maximizing aggregate capacity in the infusion center
- How much of the solution needs to come from which side, clinics vs. infusion
- Using data to determine how much flexibility you have to schedule non-linked appointments at key times
- How to measure scheduling performance for linked appointments
Director, Product Management
Sofia DeMarco, Director, Product Management, Oncology Products
As the Director of Product Management for Oncology Products, Sofia works with many of the country's leading cancer institutions including Stanford Health Care, UCSF, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Memorial Sloan Kettering, Fox Chase, and others to optimize infusion scheduling and improve operational performance using predictive analytics. Previously, she led the implementation of complex analytic solutions for several Fortune 500 companies. Sofia holds a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Music from the University of California, Berkeley.