5 etiquette tips for physicians and medical staff
Good manners may be the difference between a highly satisfied patient and a disgruntled, lawsuit-prone nightmare. Here are some tips.
Freshen Up Your Practice Waiting Room
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.
36 Guidelines to Evaluate a Practice Manager
Knowing how to evaluate a practice manager is vital to your success. Here are 36 specific guidelines that can be used.
Opening Your Private Clinic: What you need to know
Opening a successful private clinic is hard, and you’ll need help along the way.
6 ways to get your medical practice organized
Tired of decreased productivity? Here's what you need to do to whip your practice back into shape
7 things to consider when a physician goes part-time
If one of the physicians in your practice is switching to part-time status, numerous issues will have to be addressed first.
MGMA 2020: Thriving through better claims and collections
How an independent practice grew through optimizations and consolidation
7 steps to be a better medical office manager
There are a few things you can do to ensure that you don’t fall into the category of “lazy office manager”
MGMA 2020: Leading your practice through change
Change is a constant in healthcare, ensure your providers and staff are comfortable and confident as you move forward.
MGMA 2020: Optimizing ROI for Advanced Care Practice Providers
How you can optimize your care team, improve APP retention and productivity, and prepare for a financial recovery post COVID-19.
MGMA 2020: Becoming a future-ready leader through self-awareness
By building external and group self-awareness, a physician leader can better adapt to the quickly changing healthcare landscape
MGMA 2020: Using technology to manage capacity in the time of COVID-19
A poor capacity management system can lead to unrealized revenue, loss of patients, and increased physician burnout.
Staff Salary Survey 2020: How the pandemic has affected your practice
Results from our 2020 survey.
Managing a Practice: Advice from your peers
Hear from your peers about what is most important in managing a successful independent practice
Mastering the art of negotiation
Tactics and skills for physicians.
How air-quality science can improve physician practice office safety
Apply lessons from this discipline to create safer care environments for your patients.
How medical facilities and waste disposal companies are responding to COVID-19
Healthcare facilities and medical waste disposal companies are following strict in-house guidelines, as well as federal and state regulations, to contain the coronavirus outbreak.
Strategy checklist for medical practice acquisitions
If your practice doesn't already have a strategic growth plan, make one
Asset Protection and Physician Family Businesses
A bare minimum checklist for your business.
5 ways to reengage patients in the COVID19 era
It is critical to provide crystal clear communications along every step, including where they should park and how to check-in upon arrival.
The End of an Era: Closing your practice
Closing a practice for retirement is a hard decision as it is-here are tips to make closing your doors smoother.
The New Normal for Physicians: Adapting your practice for success
5 ways to manage the far-reaching and long-term effects of the pandemic on practices.
Four myths of succession planning for physician practices
Think of a succession plan as a living document that records exactly how you want the next chapter of your business story to unfold.
Top 3 ways physicians can ensure an early retirement
Maximize your business’ bottom line for ease later in life.
Ready to reopen? What are you missing?
Non-obvious elements for a comprehensive reopening plan.
Strategic Planning: A lasting competitive advantage
Your practice will be better prepared to evolve with market changes, demands, and reform.
Rethinking the nature of patient visits
And other strategies to refresh your practice.
Steps to follow if closures or layoffs become necessary due to Covid-19
Check in with counsel and stay on top of what your state and the federal government may be doing to assist medical practices and other small businesses to survive.
Professionalism for practice growth
When management takes too much of a back seat, the financial success and goal achievements of the organization suffer.
Successfully responding to online allegations
Retain your poise and respond with empathy.
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