Why Our 23 Million Veterans Still May Not Be Getting The Healthcare They Deserve?
Physicians should take a measured approach to the future of their practice. Physician partnerships require much pre-planning, careful structuring, and a whole lot of continued communication in order for them to be successful.
Are Florida’s sizzling temperatures causing you to retreat from your favorite outdoor spaces? Garages, patios, sheds, gardens and other outdoor areas should be enjoyed throughout the year. Unfortunately, heat and humidity can quickly make being outside intolerable.
First impressions are made within seconds of an encounter. What if this encounter occurs online? Nowadays, people will search your practice on the internet before any other interaction. Due to this it is increasingly crucial for practices to have an online reputation that reflects the service they provide. How your practice is portrayed online can determine whether a new patient walks through your front door or not.
Over the years, there has been much debate over the true definition of what happiness is. In a recent Harvard Medical School article, Jessica Cerretani recaps some of the various parameters we have attempted to place around the concept.
Leadership transitions are risky times for medical practices. When the departing lead physician has had a strong run, there is worry about his successor’s ability to maintain the momentum. When he has performed poorly, there’s anxiety about whether and how fast his successor will be able correct course.
In an entertainment venue called the “Escape Room,” participants are locked inside a themed adventure room, and they must figure out how to escape. Themes include prisons, KGB interrogation, and hostage situations. Perhaps a new theme could be Obamacare.
Oftentimes physicians and administrators discuss strategies and may even devise a strategic plan, only to see nothing come of it. The most common reason for strategy failure is that they failed to build execution into their strategic planning process.
The U.S. health care reform debate and the Affordable Care Act played front and center throughout 2017 headlines. Will the GOP and Trump administration back off until after the mid-term election? Are there more concerning issues to battle in 2018?