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  • How can you collaborate with us in adding content to this open course?

    • Course Objectives?

    • Do you really want to increase admissions?

    • How have admissions been increased?

      • Three prongs to increased admissions
    • How do you get the "New and Improved You" inside the referral organization?

      • Which referral organizations do you really want to get "inside"?

        • How do you respond to overflow when (not if) you succeed?

          • Do you have overflow options?

            • In summary, what's the process for increasing admissions?

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Three prongs to increased admissions

Module by: Don Holloway. E-mail the author

Summary: There are three components to increasing capacity: convert inquiries to admissions, get "inside" referral organizations, and make room for more admissions when they come.

  • By reducing/eliminating waiting and by increasing the percent of inquiries admitted; (the “New and Improved You”)
  • By getting “inside” referral organizations; the “Intel Inside” strategy
  • By making room for more admissions (without increasing physical capacity)

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