As a physician, you play a pivotal role in your community. You and your team are responsible for keeping everyone healthy, and the weight of your daily responsibilities can take a toll on your mental health and well-being. Loss of passion at work, feeling mentally drained, and not feeling like you’re achieving your goals - these (just to name a few) are some of the challenges that physicians just like you can face. These feelings can lead to weariness, and even worse, burnout.
In today’s digital era, we rely heavily on social media platforms for both professional and personal use.
Much like any business, running a medical practice is a lot of work. To reasonably handle everything it takes to make a medical practice run, day in and day out, there must be a high level of optimization and efficiency.
As the internet gains more users who are ready to share their lives by the minute, social platforms are climbing in the number of users and popularity.
With the rise of the digital era and almost everyone being able to share their opinion with just a few clicks - it’s important to keep up with your online reputation and to know how to respond to the good, the bad, and even the ugly.
Starting your own medical practice and managing it can be both a rewarding yet daunting task. With the right tools and staff navigating through medical practice management can be smooth.
Topics: Practice Management
Switching electronic health record (EHR) systems can be an extremely daunting task. This is especially true for small private practices that don’t have an entire IT department at their disposal to assist with the transition.
They say that there is no “I” in “team”, and that great things can be achieved when we all work together. This philosophy rings true, especially when it comes to team-based medical care.
The marketing world has come a long way since town criers were in existence. And although having someone stand outside your place of business and scream at people may get their attention, it’s not exactly the most effective way to gain new customers.
If there’s one positive thing that we can say about the COVID pandemic, it’s that it showed the world just how equipped we are to effectively conduct our jobs from the safety and comfort of our homes. For some things, at least.