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no-show

noun A person who does not attend a meeting or appointment.

no-show

A Pt who does not present for an appointment
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Most importantly, automated text and e-mail reminders can help eliminate lost revenues from cancelled and no-show appointments.
Last year, the government set a target to cut the number of no-shows to nine per cent by March 2011.
One possibility that merits consideration is to periodically issue orders requiring no-shows to appear in court to explain their failure to respond to their juror summons.
For those jurors who repeatedly ignore summons, the work group urges judges to lower the boom by imposing at least $100 fines and holding no-shows in contempt.
However, because of a variation in the way the IAAF and the IOC judge the criteria for no-shows, the Greek sprint duo may actually escape further punishment.
Personal illness (36 percent) remains the most common reason for last minute no-shows.
Blair, a 27-year-old reporter who had received promotions and increasing responsibilities, quit the paper after The Times found dozens of instances of plagiarism, deceit or no-shows in his work.
Vital topics include--but aren't limited to--Communications, Staffing, Scheduling, reducing No-Shows, Emergency Patients as practice builders, Collection and Insurance, Preventive Care and Recare and much much more
Patients who are no-shows or late cancellations are not meeting their financial obligations regarding medical care and are clearly not using the medical resource of medical appointments judiciously.
The major record labels sued the Fast Track sites and others in October, even while their own services were still no-shows.
Despite impassioned cameos from Al Green, Aretha Franklin, Lou Reed, and local hero Chrissie Hynde, what the event was really about was demonstrated by the Gin Blossoms, last-minute add-ons after no-shows by Dr.
The top wedding claims and problems typically include damage to wedding attire, mishaps with event photography, cancellation due to illness or bereavement, and no-shows by contracted vendors.