Posted August 08, 2017
It is vitally important that we listen to our patients. Not only does it decrease anxiety, but it also increases compliance and improves clinical outcomes.
Posted August 03, 2017
State and Federal funding cuts can mean the difference in Community Health Centers staying open or closing their doors for good. Learn the five steps CHCs can take to create a solid foundation and overcome funding challenges to achieve sustainable quality outcomes and exceptional patient experiences.
Posted August 01, 2017
Improving processes and making work environments more efficient for physicians to practice can be a key driver of physician engagement. Should you consider leveraging medical scribes for process improvement in your medical practice? Let’s explore the pros and cons of hiring a medical scribe.
Posted July 27, 2017
Are you feeling overwhelmed yet? Get tips for proactively communicating with patients about test results to create efficiencies in your everyday work.
Posted July 18, 2017
Stop singling out “millennials” if you want to truly engage your employees. Learn what you can do engage every demographic within your workforce.
Posted July 14, 2017
Patient’s perspective of their care begins well before their first interaction with a physician. Every moment from scheduling to post-visit follow-up can make an impact. That’s why it’s critical to have a care team dedicated to providing quality care. The key to success is an engaged medical practice staff.
Posted July 13, 2017
Get 10 tips for better time management.
Posted July 06, 2017
When leaders aren’t getting results, they often deviate from strategic plans and shift organizational focus to the flavor of the month. But it is important to first consider any opportunities to improve already-implemented practices.
Posted July 01, 2017
This Q&A with practicing emergency department physician and Studer Group Medical Director Dan Smith, MD outlines practical tips you can use to improve flow in your emergency department.
Posted June 21, 2017
Often, the focus of transitions of care is solely on the discharge process. While it is important to get that step right, there are other transitions our patients face that require diligence to ensure we give our patients what they need.