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Increasing the number of infusion chairs from three to four would likely increase the daily capacity level for patients infused per day. The additional nurse could further improve patient throughput depending on how many hours they are available each day. If an extra nurse is added for four hours per day, the daily capacity level will likely increase by approximately 33%. This is because the extra nurse will be able to help set up and prepare patients for their infusions in half the amount of time it would normally take with only one nurse working at a time. Additionally, this increase in personnel availability can reduce potential delays due to limited staffing.
On the other hand, if an extra nurse is added for six hours per day, then this could potentially double (or even triple) the number of patients that can be seen in one day compared to having just one nurse. This allows more timely access to care, while also helping avoid long wait times and backlogs due to limited availability of resources or personnel. Furthermore, additional nurses can also provide better follow-up care between visits as they have more time to dedicate towards educating and supporting patients who may require special attention during their treatment or recovery periods. Lastly, adding additional personnel also helps ensure safety protocols are being followed correctly and consistently across all patients attending infusions at any given time throughout the day.
Overall increasing infusion chairs from three to four plus adding another full-time or part-time nurse should result in significant increases in daily patient throughputs over what was previously achievable using traditional methods with minimal staff available throughout each workday shift.