Top 9 Business Time Management Tips from Movies

Top 9 Business Time Management Tips from Movies

The one thing there never seems to be enough of is time. It’d be great to have an old DeLorean that could helps us time travel so we could actually do everything we want to get done, but unfortunately we’re not lucky enough to know the Doc. Thankfully,...
Strengthen Your Patient-Provider Relationship

Strengthen Your Patient-Provider Relationship

In any business, it’s far easier and cost-effective to retain the clientele you have, than to expend resources to grow it. Healthcare is no exception. To stay profitable, you need to consistently improve your patient experience and ensure that they leave your offices...
Patients Over Paperwork : How DMS Helps

Patients Over Paperwork : How DMS Helps

Paperwork should never get in the way of delivering quality care to patients who expect your full attention and expertise of their health concerns. Medical care requires mountains of paperwork, including personal medical histories, charts, test results, etc. — and...
Cut Administrative Costs, Without Cutting Personnel

Cut Administrative Costs, Without Cutting Personnel

Whether your healthcare organization is successful and profitable or not; you must pay operation costs. Such costs may cut into your revenue and prevent profit (or even breaking even). If you fear that high administrative costs with little revenue may eventually lead...
EHR and DMS: How They Deal With Compliance

EHR and DMS: How They Deal With Compliance

Healthcare information technology is becoming the new norm in hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare providers. In the late 2000s, electronic health record (EHR) and electronic medical record (EMR) systems sprung up in hospitals everywhere. These are specialized...
Boost Your Private Practice’s Efficiency

Boost Your Private Practice’s Efficiency

Does it ever feel like your private medical practice is being held back from achieving true growth and profitability? You’re confident you provide the best care possible and retain nearly all of your regular patients, yet something feels off. The struggle may not be...