Tagged with Practice management

Walking The Tightrope

Walking The Tightrope

I’m sure you will agree that the past 9 months have been,,, well something that we never thought we would experience. It appears to me that either people are adapting (as best possible) or they are struggling more with each day that passes. I witness this in the patients we see each day in our … Continue reading

Accept The Challenge?

Accept The Challenge?

As I posted earlier this week, we are all in the midst of change.  Change of some sort, at work, from school, at home, in relationships, the list goes on and on. I was listening to Ryan Holiday’s Daily Stoic video the other day and he happened to mention this quote above by Viktor Frankl … Continue reading

Leading The Team In Interesting Times

Leading The Team In Interesting Times

I work in a private practice medical office and over the past 5-6- weeks things have changed a lot. I am sure you probably are experiencing changes also with your business or place of employment. Many people are either furloughed, laid off, or working reduced hours.  Businesses are closed and are now trying to figure … Continue reading

How Is Your Medical Practice Working?

How Is Your Medical Practice Working?

As many of you know I have been a Practice Management Consultant for many years.  I also work with my partners Rem Jackson and Dr. Peter Wishnie at Top Practices.  One of the biggest struggles we come across when working with our doctors is them having the time to come up with solutions to many … Continue reading

Creating Value In Employees

Creating Value In Employees

All employers want great employees. Yet it seems that a lot of the employers I speak to their number one issue is employee problems. What I find interesting is that I rarely hear employers talk about how great their employees are and it makes me wonder if the employees know what value they have in … Continue reading

Are We Doomed To Keep Making The Same Mistakes?

Are We Doomed To Keep Making The Same Mistakes?

As I was reading Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carole” the other day and I realized that there were many lessons to be learned from dear old Ebenezer Scrooge.  Far to often we get stuck thinking about the mistakes we have made in the past, so much, that our present is spent dwelling in grief, excuses … Continue reading

Creating A Habit For Change

Creating A Habit For Change

Yesterday, I was listening to an interview with John Assaraf and he was talking about creating habits for change that we desire in our life.  As we know making changes is not always easy even when we want the change.  It is a known fact that “90% of heart patients do not stick to the … Continue reading