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June 5, 2020
Why Your Healthcare Practice Should Ditch the Waiting Room

Why Your Healthcare Practice Should Ditch the Waiting Room

Few people enjoy a trip to the doctor’s office. One of the worst parts is the time commitment. Even if you are there for just a short visit, you usually have to wait at least 20 minutes before the doctor is ready to see you. Add in the commute time, […]
May 6, 2020
How Healthcare Practices Can Better Plan for the Next Public Health Crisis

How Healthcare Practices Can Better Plan for the Next Public Health Crisis

The emergence and spread of COVID-19 has pushed many healthcare practices to their literal and metaphorical tipping points. With states reopening businesses and taking measures to lift lockdown restrictions, healthcare practitioners are reevaluating their approaches to pandemic treatment. In tandem with such reevaluations, healthcare practices need to make sure that […]
April 1, 2020
What is a Healthcare MSO, and How Does It Help My Private Practice? 2 ST kid

What is a Healthcare MSO, and How Does It Help My Private Practice?

Many healthcare providers are struggling to grow their healthcare practice while maintaining autonomy in their business. A Healthcare Management Services Organization allows private practices to integrate administrative services and lower overhead costs. A healthcare MSO model will provide affordable administrative assistance including tools and support for comprehensive analytics, billing, payroll, recruiting, and marketing.
March 10, 2020

HR Checklist Download

Private Practice HR Audit Checklist
February 26, 2020
What Does the Ideal Building for a Private Practice Look Like? 4 image 0 1 2

What Does the Ideal Building for a Private Practice Look Like?

When you're planning a private practice for your own business operation, it is important to choose a building and design a space that is relevant, modern and appealing to your target clientele.
February 24, 2020
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How Providers Can Increase Rural Access to Healthcare

Accessibility is key when it comes to healthcare. Rural areas tend to have a shortage of doctors, and this can create challenges for healthcare systems and patients. This guide will cover several options that healthcare providers might wish to consider when attempting to expand access to healthcare for people living in rural areas.
February 20, 2020
Does Your Private Practice Really Need On-Site Office Staff? 8 image 0 5

Does Your Private Practice Really Need On-Site Office Staff?

If you own your own private medical or dental practice, you may think that you need regular staff. Staff in your office might be helpful, but not always necessary unless your practice is flourishing and really busy. Not only can remote employees be more helpful, but remote employees can be more productive. Here is how you can do this.
January 27, 2020
Should I Hire an In-House IT Expert or Use a Remote IT Service? 10 image 0 2

Should I Hire an In-House IT Expert or Use a Remote IT Service?

Creating and building a successful business today requires not only the ability to deliver high-quality goods in a thriving market, but also the ability to utilize tools such as the internet, social media, and new marketing mediums to your advantage. Without an effective IT, or internet technology team, launching a successful website and building an online presence for your business and brand is likely to lead to hangups, setbacks, and poor decisions. Choosing between an in-house IT expert or opting to hire a remote IT service can ultimately mean the difference between failure and success if you are unsure of what you need in your market and industry.
January 23, 2020
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What Are Care Gaps and How Do I Close Them?

In health and wellness professions, there is often a discrepancy between best practice and actual care. This gap between recommended standards and the treatment patients actually receive are called care gaps. There are several ways gaps in care can occur, including poor patient-provider communication and misinformation. There may also be unintentional exclusions as certain channels utilized by professionals fail to reach people in certain age brackets.