As an Organization, we believe that the use of kiosks for patient registration will increase patient satisfaction, decrease wait times, and decrease cost (due to a potential reduction in reliance on registrars). However, we have struggled with patient adoption for a variety of reasons (examples include: some patients prefer to speak directly to a person for registration purposes; some have multiple appointments and worry that clinical staff won’t know that they have arrived for each, etc). While we are working on these and other issues, I was wondering if anyone is experiencing great success in patient adoption and, if so, what level of adoption you are seeing. What obstacles did you overcome to reach that level of utilization? Were there certain clinic settings that you found kiosk adoption to be more likely than others? Any help is appreciated. Thanks!