Practice managers must be keenly aware of what competing practices are doing as well as practices outside of their catchment area. Practice management requires a firm focus on the competition; identifying its strengths and vulnerabilities is crucial.
Those in the millennial generation both confuse and fascinate many. We know how they feel about Snapchat and flexible work hours, but how do they feel about health care and, specifically, their own health?
Creating and following a budget involves self-discipline and sacrifice, but will help you develop wise spending habits to better manage your practice’s finances now and into the future.
The changes to the healthcare industry are increasingly focused on addressing patients as consumers. Such a change means that providers must of course emphasize quality and work toward price transparency, but they must also seek to determine what patients desire most.
Social media marketing goes beyond promoting your office from a sales standpoint.
Many small to medium sized practices don’t realize that the practice is a business and therefore these practices are not managed like a business.
Physicians and practice managers must be smart about training employees on what they should and should not share online.