Some of the most common problems we see as private practice consultants are practitioners having difficulty getting routine tasks, and sometimes, projects started—or, worse yet, completed. And the reason for this is quite simple.
Most practice owners never dedicate adequate time to staff supervision and oversight.
This is unfortunate. It is so critical that you, as a private practice owner, treat practice as the business it really is.
You must demand accountability from your staff. But before you can do this, you must begin with your overall intention, goals, and design. Next, you must make sure the daily implementation of all critical tasks and procedures is actually taking place.
Please don’t make private practice demands more complicated than they need to be. Start by reviewing all the critical functions of your office. Next, make sure they are tasked to specific employees.
When you begin this project, it is a real good idea to sit down with yourself and find out any daily functions they are having difficulty getting accomplished.
Sometimes, simple improvements in things like scheduling patients and changing work-related telephone scripts can make a huge difference in critical office functions.
Do not overlook the extensive private practice demands of marketing the modern private practice.
Always remember, don’t expect you can necessarily do this yourself.
This is where making the most of your professional consulting relationship and taking advantage of all the tools we have to offer can make a tremendous difference.
Remember, the purpose of your private practice should be to allow you to live your own dreams.
Unless you, the private practice owner, stay engaged, happy, and prosperous, private practice will continue to be difficult—way more difficult than it needs to be, especially in this day and age.
When was last time you took a hard look at that one?
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