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Opperman responds

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An expert's tips to scheduling.

Generally, I recommend one 20-minute slot per doctor, per session. So, if I had two doctors seeing appointments in the morning, each doctor would have a 20-minute slot in the middle of their busiest times.

If I had three doctors seeing appointments in the afternoon, each one of them would have one 20-minute slot in the middle of their busiest times.

Mark Opperman, CVPM

VMC Inc.

Evergreen, Colo.

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