November 1, 2019

How to Improve the Efficiency of HR Operations

The success of a business begins in the Human Resources department. It is crucial that every department undergoes through an annual audit, but it’s especially important for HR. This will determine what processes should be improved, eliminated, or changed to become more efficient.
October 19, 2019

Why Does Attitude Matter When Hiring?

Often, the most important task for a new business owner is to acquire talent that can take the business to the next level. Understandably, business owners desire a staff that knows what it’s doing, but is that really everything you should look for in a potential employee? The following explains why attitude also matters when bringing on new talent.
October 15, 2019

Stop Doing These 3 Things When Hiring

As an employer, it can be tough to find great matches for your business. After all, a resume and interview is just a small slice of the person you are looking to bring on board. Many employers exacerbate the problem by using outdated methods that can hurt them or give them a worse pool of candidates.
October 8, 2019

When Is Patient Data Most at Risk?

When you provide information to your doctor or doctor’s office, you assume that your data and personal information are going to be kept secret. While technology has advanced these days, there are still situations where patient data is compromised. This can occur through technology, but data breaches can also occur when somebody steals paper data. Let’s look at the times when patient data is most at risk.
September 11, 2019

Is Your Clinic Making One of These Efficiency Mistakes?

Efficiency keeps a clinic running smoothly, but is your clinic actually running as effectively as it could be? Some sneaky errors can cost you and your clinic both time and money. These can also cause unnecessary stress for you, your employees, and patients. Here are some signs that the way you run your clinic could use a little positive change.
September 9, 2019

How Can I Protect My Healthcare Practice From Lawsuits?

Any medical professional who has received communication from a lawyer advising of possible litigation from former patients knows that sinking feeling that trouble is ahead. Lawsuits are a fact of life in our society; however, medical professionals can take a number of steps to protect themselves and their staff from litigation.
August 12, 2019

What Does the Trend of Healthcare Consumerism Mean for Small Healthcare Practices?

Healthcare consumerism is a trend that treats patients as consumers and is not without controversy. This approach to health services goes back to the 1930s but has gained new attention in modern times. What do we need to know about the trend?
July 26, 2019

3 Types of Leave Employees May Be Entitled to by Law

Most employees are entitled to take a temporary leave of absence from their workplace regardless of how it affects the employer. State regulations vary, but under federal law, your company may be required to grant three types of leave with few questions asked. Here's what you need to know as an employer.
May 29, 2019

3 Reasons Your Healthcare Business Should Provide Interpretation Services

There is no question that working in the healthcare field has its share of challenges. There are a lot of demands and the hours are often irregular. Moreover, perhaps one challenge you have not considered, would be all of the unique individuals you might encounter. Even if you are a people person, this can be a difficult proposition simply because not everyone has the same background as you. For instance, how would you handle a situation where you encounter someone who does not speak English as their first language? If you are bilingual, this may not necessarily be a problem. However, if you do not have bilingual staff, you should strongly consider the usefulness of an interpretation service. Here is why: