Although we often take pride in our constant busyness, being too busy can be a bad thing.
A good logo doesn’t happen by accident. Here are some tips to help you create a logo that advertises the unique qualities of your practice.
The commonalities between PAs and physicians far outweigh the few differences that we have.
Two cards tacked to a covered bulletin board help one physician remember why she practices medicine.
Residency can be a fearful time in a doctor’s career, but it doesn’t have to be unbearable. Here are some tips for recent medical school graduates as they begin their training.
Physicians are specialists in medical care, but they sometimes need help with the business side of medical practice.
Physician assistants can help physicians manage patients, their schedule, and work-life balance.
Getting your patients to take the first step towards better health can be a struggle. Here is a simple reframing technique that could help.
Reflect on what requests you want to accept before obediently saying yes, especially those that detract from your career goals.
Short-staffed practices need to have a plan in place when they lose a doctor to preserve the practice operations and patient care.