Scheduling:Suggestions instead of graphs

After the first workup, we decided that in order to solve the scheduling problem, we’re going to go with a time suggestion method rather than a more visual method.

I am a nut for interesting charts and graphs, which led us down an un-productive path. I still think some cool/constructive things can be done with graphs and scheduling, but those are for another time.

In order for us to keep it simple, we’re just going to compile existing appointments in a way that we can suggest, given the length of a treatment or exam, what time slots will be applicable, while still allowing the user to overbook (With ample warning, of course).

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