When staff are fully engaged in their work and feel empowered to do it, they can meet and even exceed performance targets.
On this Labor Day holiday, don’t forget about the hardworking physicians and nurses who provide quality care each and every day.
This face-to-face encounter enables physicians and other staff to get to know a candidate in ways that go beyond a resume on a desk and letters of recommendation.
Physicians share the benefits of having nurse practitioners available at their practices to aid both patients and fellow healthcare clinicians.
In order to recruit and retain critical talent, it is essential your workplace shifts its culture to embrace lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning staff members.
Frequent use of social media is common, but it can cause some problems in a medical practice setting.
Get the most out of nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and others to truly benefit your practice’s bottom line and patient care.