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Old 12-18-2013
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Default Posting a Clerk behind a Desk

Believe it or not, one of the more frequently asked questions is, "How do I position a clerk behind a desk in such a way that he/she steps forward to greet a patient when they arrive to register?" Well, this T&T paper explains exactly what happens at all angles of a location object and then goes on to show how you can configure any registration or service area so that one or more clerks will step forward to greet a patient when they arrive.
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