October 30th 2020
Results from our 2020 Survey.
October 22nd 2020
Results from our 2020 survey. See how the pandemic and other industry trends have affected your peers.
September 25th 2020
Hear from your peers about what is most important in managing a successful independent practice
May 30th 2018
If you think a patient advocate is a nuisance, think again. They help physicians, just as much as they help patients.
May 18th 2018
In our latest cartoon, one practice gets creative with added financial incentives for staff.
How to Conduct a Staffing Analysis
If you're trying to boost staff efficiency, you first need to know what to measure - and how.
What Should I Expect From My Medical Practice Manager?
Do you know what type of role you want your practice manager to take on? Be clear about your expectations upfront.
Improving Medical Practice Staff Performance and Productivity
Here's how to ensure you're getting top efficiency from the staff you currently have.
The High Cost of Medical Practice Staff Turnover
At many medical practices the risk of employee turnover is high. Here are four ways practices can better retain staff.
Successful Human Resources Management
Don't put developing your HR strategies at the bottom of your do-to list. Done well, it can inspire a culture of cooperation and teamwork.
Medical Practices Make Big Staffing Changes
Practices are adjusting their staffing to accommodate new changes and deal with new challenges. Is your practice up to speed?
Reimbursement Model Trends by Medical Practice Size
Our 2013 Staff Salary Survey results can help you determine how your practice’s reimbursement model compares to practices of similar sizes.
Defining the Typical ACO-participating Practice
Our 2013 Staff Salary Survey results indicate how practice size, location, and staffing relate to ACO participation.
Getting Burned-out Medical Practice Staff Back on Track
Staff burnout sometimes hits your best employees when you need them the most. Here's how to get burned-out staff excited about their jobs again.
Easy Ways to Boost Medical Practice Staff Morale
Boosting staff morale doesn't necessarily mean providing higher pay. Sometimes a little recognition and fun goes a long way.
How to Keep Medical Practice Staff Morale High During Tough Times
Here's your guide to keep staff morale and productivity high despite stagnant salaries, reduced benefits, and added responsibilities.
2013 Staff Salary Survey
Are our staff salaries in line with your peers? Find out with our 2013 Staff Salary Survey data.
Linking Pay Raises to Medical Staff Performance
Across-the-board salary increases for staff send the message that stellar efforts will go unrewarded. Let employees know you value and expect excellence.
Medical Practice Staffing Trends by Practice Size
A sneak peek at our 2013 Staff Salary Survey results to help you determine how your practice’s staffing compares to practices of similar sizes.
NP, PA Recruitment Trends Medical Practices Should Watch
To help medical practices determine if adding advanced practice clinicians is the right step, here’s a look at four major recruiting trends.
Hiring and Firing Right at Your Medical Practice
Why hiring slow and firing fast will pay off big for your practice in the long run.
New Medical Staffing Roles Emerge due to Healthcare Reform
More practices are adding care coordinators and/or patient navigators to their teams. Here’s what these individuals do and why they are becoming so popular.
Reducing Medical Practice Staff Turnover
Retaining quality employees at your medical practice doesn't happen automatically. Here's some help on keeping your best staff members in the fold longer.
Physician Assistants are No Longer ‘An Experiment’
A sneak peek at our 2013 Staff Salary Survey findings and what they indicate about the role of physician assistants in medical practices.
Key Lessons from Top Physicians Practice Blogs of 2012
A recap of this year’s most popular blogs and some of the key lessons that can be learned from each.
Top Physician-read Blogs of 2012
The blogs that garnered the most attention among our physician readers in 2012, and some of the lessons learned from each.
Stay Interviews: How to Keep Medical Practice Staff on the Job
Exit interviews tell you why good people are leaving – after they've left. Stay interviews help understand an employee's concerns while she is still on the job.
Giving Pay Raises to Practice Staff
Here are the dos and don'ts of rewarding your hardworking employees.
Providing Employee Benefit Opportunities at Your Medical Practice
Each year, medical practices should review their employee benefits. Here are some ideas on changing what you've done in the past to reward your staff.
Medical Practice Staffing: There's No Right Number for All Physicians
In the wake of learning of another practice's staffing level, I'm re-examining what it takes to make my medical office run efficiently.
The Right People in the Right Roles Is Key to Your Medical Practice
No longer can a medical practice be run like it was in the last century. A successful medical practice must run more as a professional business.
Physicians Practice Staff Salary Survey 2012
Strategic staffing: Get your pieces in the right places
Should Medical Practice Staff Get Paid When the Office is Closed?
If a medical office is closed, and therefore, not generating income, should staff members be paid?
The best performing practices in the country tend to have more staff than practices doing less well. Why? More support staff means physicians can focus on seeing patients -- and bringing in money. Find out how your staff per physician ratio compares to national benchmarks.
Picking the Right Health Insurance for Medical Practice Staff
Choosing the right health plan for my staff means balancing business expense and employee satisfaction.
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