This year, Healthcare HR Week will be celebrated from March 16-20, 2020. This week is an opportunity to recognize the contributions and achievements of HR professionals in the healthcare industry, and thank them for all that they do.
For anyone who is currently, or has ever been an employee at a business, you know the value of being appreciated by the people you work for. Especially in the Medical field, employees at medical practices work day in and day out, late nights, holidays, and more - all to ensure that the public has access to adequate healthcare.
As anyone who works in healthcare knows, you can’t provide the best service to your patients if you don’t have the best staff working in your practice. Often times though, recruiting can be harder than it sounds.
As the year comes to a close, it’s time to start thinking about getting ready for your annual staff training. Training is the easiest way to make sure your employees are prepared for any situation that could come up in a medical practice.
This week, November 10-16th is National Nurse Practitioner Week! How will your private practice be celebrating these valuable members of the healthcare community?
In the digital age, your online reputation is equally as important as your real-life reputation. The same is particularly true for medical practices. Studies have shown that over 60% of people would choose one practice over another solely based on their online presence and reputation.
Are you looking to start a medical practice? 99MGMT has compiled the ultimate list of medical practice checklists, tips, and forms to help you get your business up and running!
We've said it before, and we'll say it again - marketing is important in healthcare too! Want to get on board, but don't know where to start? Here's our list of 10 current healthcare marketing trends that should be on your practice or clinic's radar:
In July 2017, the federal OIG exclusions list contained almost 68,000 individuals and entities who are excluded from federal reimbursement for goods and services. State sanctions lists often have more - some providers on state lists are not included on the federal lists.