Here are five attention-saving skills you can employ to ensure your focus is patient-centric, while still utilizing mobile technology.
From reading material to wall color, keeping your reception area contemporary, clean, and comfortable is one more way to demonstrate that your medical skills are up to date.
If you've ever wondered what to do or say at a networking event, you're not alone. Here's everything you need to make a memorable impression.
Long after your internship is over and your residency complete, people will look up to you as a role model.
Being a skilled medical professional doesn't necessarily mean that you're comfortable speaking in public, yet, effective verbal communication is essential for personal and professional success.
Make sure you give your patients your full attention and resist the temptation to multitask on your smartphone. Forcing them to compete for your presence tells patients they come in last on your list.
Whether you work for a huge medical conglomerate or a small private clinic, you may not have much say regarding what you wear to do your job. You do, however, have full control over how you wear it.
Whether you're the one who's constantly running behind or the person who continually seems to be waiting for others, these five points will save everyone valuable time.
The break room is the one place people can go for a reprieve from the demands of a busy medical practice. All too often, though, it's a mess. Here are a few tips to help stem the chaos.
Whether you've decided to retire, relocate, or retreat from practice, you can reduce the pain for your patients and staff by following these five guidelines.