Giving staff feedback can strike fear in the heart of many practice managers. It’s uncomfortable. For some, it feels confrontational.
When it comes to belt-tightening, staff training is usually one of the first places managers look to cut back. Here are five reasons why you shouldn't.
Higher performing practices look at their staff as dynamic individuals that need training, coaching, and mentoring to stay on top of their game.
Sure your practice is busy, but don't neglect the chance to welcome new hires, and set them on the road to success.
When managing their practices, a lot of very good doctors make bad business decisions because they lack the same data-driven rigor they give to patients.
It's no secret that patient financial responsibilities are higher than ever. So why wait until after the insurance company pays to collect a big balance from patients?
Collecting from patients is vital to a practice's bottom line. But often, it is an inconsistent process, done poorly. Here's what you can do about it.
Tech demos often focus on standard features that don't tell the whole story. Take control by providing vendors with a list of the problems you want to solve.
Standard SMS text messaging is not encrypted, secure, or HIPAA compliant. Without taking proper precautions, texting with patients puts your practice at risk.
Information overload is emotionally unhealthy and can result in poor concentration, poor decision making, and an inability to get work done.