Effective E-mails: 3 Tips for Physicians, Managers
Many medical practice staff members, managers, and physicians struggle when attempting to communicate effectively via e-mail. Here are some suggestions.
Three Tips for Struggling Independent Medical Practices
They say that the first year of any new business is the toughest, and we can second that. Here are three lessons we learned that can benefit medical practices.
Keeping Up With Technology: A Must for Medical Practices
Don't be afraid to try new technology at your medical practice. If there's a hot new device or productivity program, there's probably a reason for it being so popular.
The More Efficient Medical Office: Less (Paper) is More
EHRs are not the only way your practice can cut down on paper usage. Here are four other ways practices can save paper, time, and money.
Three Ways to Keep Physician Candidates Interested
Don't stop your physician search too early. It's critical to keep back-up physicians interested while you wait to see if your first choice pans out.
What Every Medical Practice Should do When a Physician Leaves
Turnover is an important topic that medical practices discuss, but often changes to curb attrition don’t happen until it’s too late.
Four Ways to Evaluate Customer Service at Your Medical Practice
Your medical staff may behave differently when you are not around. Here's how to know what's really going on when you are not nearby.
Top Physician Recruiting Mistakes Made by Medical Practices
Don't make these small errors that cause many medical practices to miss out on promising candidates.
Four Considerations for Practices Attempting to Recruit New Physicians
Finding a new physician for your medical practice is difficult enough - finding one that fits your culture may seem impossible at times. Here are some tips.
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