The position of care manager is a growing trend in primary care practices. Care managers serve many purposes. Their job responsibilities vary from clinic to clinic. You may be wondering what exactly a care manager does within a practice and
Digitization of healthcare records has been a long time coming. The growing volume of patients and increasing demands on physician time means that EHRs are vital for practices. Electronic systems have replaced paper in many industries. But healthcare organizations are
Clinical skills, expertise and experience are not the only criteria for a successful dental practice. As a practice owner, you have to show business acumen in various areas such as finance, marketing, human resources and so on. You can give
One of the pain points in any business transaction is the issue of payments. Enterprises aim to make it as easy as possible for customers to pay them. A hasslefree payment experience improves customer satisfaction significantly. With the introduction of
Salary negotiations can be a tricky affair and they’re often the least liked part of the hiring process. Most people are not very comfortable or even good at negotiation. Candidates and hiring managers have their own constraints within which they
EHRs and practice management software are not the only technologies in a dental office anymore. Patient portals are also becoming common among providers. The rise in patient portals is due to a number of factors including the proliferation of EHRs,
Managing your own practice is a dream for many healthcare professionals. However practice management is not a small or easy task. Managing the practice means taking care of many aspects from finance, employees, equipment etc. Unfortunately not every dentist is
When the modern smartphone was first launched over 10 years ago, few people could have predicted its runaway success. Today’s smartphones are essentially pocket computers that have replaced multiple devices (music player, radio, video player, Internet device etc.) for consumers.