19 Jul “Alexa, I have a headache”

Amazon announced a new feature for Alexa, its digital personal assistant, last week. British users of the device will now be able to ask the device for medical advice, with responses provided by the UK’s National Health Service. This new development raises concerns about the privacy...

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05 Jul Where are Millennials? Not at the Doctor’s Office

Millennials form the nation’s largest generation, composing over 83 million Americans born between 1981 and 1996. According to a recent study by the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association and a poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation, fewer than two-thirds of millennials have a primary care...

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28 Jun 5 Keys to Collecting Patient Balances

High-deductible health plans are more prevalent now than ever. As a result, your practice’s financial health is increasingly dependent on your staff’s ability to collect patient balances due. It’s important to make sure that collection is managed in a way that preserves the patient-practice relationship while...

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07 Jun Finding the right fit for your practice

When a busy medical practice is short-staffed, your patients will notice. You know you need to hire, but you want to make sure you find the right person who not only has the qualifications you are looking for, but someone who is a right fit...

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31 May Physician Burnout: What Are the Signs?

No matter what profession someone is in, if they are suffering from extreme exhaustion, they won’t be able to perform at their best. But, physicians who suffer from this fatigue aren’t going to be able to form a strong relationship with their patients, and eventually...

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24 May The Essentials for Patient Engagement

Patient engagement is an essential component in ensuring optimal patient outcomes. Clinicians work hard to do a great job of caring for their patients. They put together short and long-term plans of action, and use their knowledge and expertise to keep their patients healthy. If...

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26 Apr The Power of Employee Recognition

We recently read an article that talked about being grateful in the workplace. Employees experience a lot of emotions on any given day at work, but how many can honestly say that feeling grateful is one of them? It’s not surprising that it may not...

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12 Apr Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

A few weeks ago we shared a post about Imposter Syndrome, feelings of self-doubt and inadequacy, which can often prevent you from reaching your potential. But, what can be done about this? We recently ran across an article from Thrive Global that asked for advice...

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