Advanced access scheduling, a novel approach to appointment scheduling, has been increasing in popularity as a way to decrease patient wait times, improve continuity, and increase patient satisfaction. While it has been widely implemented in the United Kingdom and the Veterans Health Administration, few large-scale studies have investigated the outcomes of its use. This article systematically reviewed the literature to determine the outcomes of advanced access scheduling. The results were mixed: studies showed that advanced scheduling improves wait times and no-shows but patient satisfaction does not consistently improve. In general, there is a paucity of data on clinical outcomes.