Like everyone, physicians can really stress, and too often for us it’s when something in practice isn’t working as we anticipated.
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One of the biggest issues I observed this past week especially has been the ignoring “The Most Dangerous Number” – ONE!
When Steve Jobs left earth, perhaps the greatest technological visionary of our times, maybe even in modern history passed.
”You keep talking about all the changes in Private Practice. What do you mean, and what’s happening?”
Regaining momentum. Do you remember back to undergrad when you first learned about physics? In particular, do you remember the basic Newtonian principle that a body in motion tends to remain in motion and a body at rest tends to remain at rest?
When patients say “No, Doctor”. This is always a big question in medicine, getting patients to follow advice.
To establish and maintain a healthy private practice it has to be you patients see in print, but in this day and age social media and Google.
Learning to meet patients ‘where they are’ in life some days is more challenging than making an accurate diagnosis.
The Most Powerful Marketing Secret Ever? Read on and see if you identify.
We’re sharing some additional new year’s resolutions that can help to make your private practice be the most successful it’s ever been.
Every year most of us create a New Year’s Checklist…We vow to lose weight…Promise to take up a new hobby…Plan to spend more time with loved ones…But how many of us make resolutions to do something proactive to build our private practice?
Straight talk about New Year’s resolutions How many times have you resolved to make more time for your family this year? Perhaps, your resolution has been to take a family vacation or work less hours. It really doesn’t matter what your specific goals have been. The real question is…how often have you achieved them? If […]
Before the start of the new year is often the best time to reflect, and then look forward. After all, it’s kind of like Spring, where we get “New Chances”.
The most important revelation with regard running a practice and indeed our lives in an efficient and happy manner, really comes from Michael Gerber. I call it life’s sanity mantra.
Unacceptable. How did we ever let healthcare in the USA get this bad?
Learning to listen effectively may be the best thing you can do for sustainable private practice ownership.
Have you recently had a staff meeting dedicated just to handling of Patient Finances only? Are you as the CEO sure you and your staff communicates the clear value of care with each patient?
In private practices especially you can tell so much about a doc and their practice, based just upon how staff answers the phone. Now of course, this is something you should check regularly and do with kindness.
Are poor staffing issues killing your private practice? Quite possibly. Here’s what to do about it.
Life is a checkerboard and the player opposite you is time. If you hesitate before moving, or neglect to move promptly, your men will be wiped off the board by time.