Tag Archives: Practice

Personal Development: The Benefits of Non-Clinical Continuing Education to Healthcare Organizations

If clinical skills are the critical machinery for health care providers, personal development is the fuel that runs the machinery more effectively. After all, health care providers approach patients as human being as well as a professional. While it is … Continue reading

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Lease Versus Purchase

By Todd Perman With the low interest rates and the uncertainty in the stock markets, many physicians are choosing real estate to diversify their investments. One of the most predictable and simple investment opportunities may be the office space used … Continue reading

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Lease Considerations and Timeline

Timing for Medical Office Leases By Todd Perman Time is money when it comes to negotiating a lease renewal or new lease. If you do not get started early enough, you might be forced to accept whatever keeps your practice … Continue reading

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Practice Start Ups

Steven E. Ratliff, Jr. Senior Project Manager/Senior Consultant Healthcare Strategy Group When starting a new physician practice there are several steps that must be taken to ensure proper and timely set up. This article will focus on the major areas … Continue reading

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What Practice Setting Fits Me?

Craig A. Fowler PhysicianCareer.com Staff Writer You are finishing up your training and considering the myriad of job opportunities in front of you. You ask yourself, “Am I cut out for a solo practice?” “What about a group? Single Specialty? … Continue reading

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The Cure for Ineffective Meetings

by Iris Grimm, The Balanced Physician Like the common cold, ineffective meetings are frustrating, time-consuming and energy-draining.  They are also preventable.  Ineffective meetings cost healthcare organizations a loss of time, opportunities, human resources, and therefore, a lot of money. Recently … Continue reading

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Healthcare Success Depends on You!

by Iris Grimm, The Balanced Physician To excel in the highly demanding, ever changing health care market doesn’t simply require technical skills (clinical skills for health care providers; business skills for administrators, etc.); it equally requires self-management and interpersonal skills. … Continue reading

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