How to tell if your practice has been hacked
Being hacked can create havoc in your practice and harm your ability to provide healthcare to your patients.
How physicians can focus on the positive in health care
Dwelling on the negative is not the best strategy for physicians.
How to hire (and retain) go-getters
There are two types of employees: go-getters and gonnas. To be successful, you need to hire the former.
How physicians can make a great first (and last) impression
Physicians never get a second chance to make a first impression with a patient.
Tips for marketing your practice to older patients
Seniors didn’t grow up with the internet so reaching them requires a different strategy
How physicians should handle criticism
Bristling at criticism or negative feedback is natural. Here are the best ways to handle it as a physician.
Improving compliance, trust and credibility
Working with patients to increase their adherence and the physician-patient relationship.
Professional courtesy guidelines for physicians
When can you waive copays or deductibles? Can you provide free care for physician colleagues and their families?
How to give your medical practice a facelift
Sprucing up your medical practice is beneficial for you and your patients, staff and bottom line.
Tips for making difficult phone calls
Physicians often have to make difficult phone calls, which can be anxiety inducing for both physician and patients. Here's how to make them better.
What we can still learn today from physicians of the ancient world
What the physicians of ancient Greece can still teach us today.
Practice marketing basics: There's magic in a good title
Great titles for your practice marketing efforts can go a long way.
A simple metaphor to help deal with difficult patients
The right communication strategy can keep you from losing a patient.
Effective writing tips for physicians
Written communication skills are important for interacting with both patients and colleagues.
The vital two minutes: Enhancing the doctor-patient encounter
Understanding how to improve the time a physician spends with his or her patients.
How to see your last patient of the day on time
Staying on schedule can do wonders for staff satisfaction and revenue.
Dealing with information overload: Solutions for physicians
Physicians commonly deal with information overload, but there are ways to reduce the white noise.
Preparing financially for retirement, part 2
Part two of our occasional series on physician retirement planning.
Content marketing for medical practices
Why creating helpful content is a good marketing strategy to attract new patients and retain current ones.
The future of medical practice marketing
How should your practice be raising patient awareness about the care and services you provide?
How to handle chronically late patients
What can physicians do to prevent late patients from ruining their schedule?
How to earn income as a physician expert witness
Earning ancillary income as an expert witness in malpractice and other cases can be a rewarding gig for practicing physicians.
The art of apologizing
Apologizing when you are a physician is important, and its also important to be careful.
Creating the (almost) perfect practice, part 2
The second part of a series on making your practice run like a well-oiled machine.
How to make your medical practice run (almost) perfectly
There are practical steps physicians can take to ensure their medical practice runs like a well-oiled machine.
Managing staff during the Great Resignation: Focus on stayers, not leavers
How to make sure resignations don't derail your staff retention.
Retirement planning for physicians, Part 1
Find the right time to retire is a challenge you can prepare for.
Breaking bad habits at your practice
Breaking the chains of habit and tradition can have a positive impact on your practice and wellbeing.
How to market your practice to senior patients
Marketing your practice for senior patients takes some different strategies.
Get better at referrals: Communicating with your colleagues
Advice from a physician on improving the referral process and enhancing communication with your colleagues.
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