Posts Categorized: Healthcare Management

A Guide to Reopening Clinics After COVID-19

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When it is time to reopen your clinic after the COVID-19 pandemic, it is essential to start with a plan. Planning is crucial for reopening success. Get a calendar and make a note of your expected reopening day. Assess your PPE needs and place any necessary orders. Create a blueprint concerning how you will handle staffing and cleaning… Read more »

How to Help Your Employees Manage Their Time

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For healthcare workers, time is a precious commodity. When treating patients without compromising the quality of patient care, it is essential to manage time effectively, because we can never get time back. The consequences of poor time management for healthcare employees often results in patients kept waiting, stressed employees, a less enjoyable work atmosphere, and a… Read more »

How to Attract More Medical Professionals to Your Jobs

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There is a high demand for healthcare professionals. The situation is making attracting and recruiting the best applicants difficult. It is essential to make your organization unique to attract these applicants. Whatever type of healthcare facility you are hiring for, consider these tips to attract and retain the best healthcare employees.   Simplify the Application Process … Read more »

Benefits of Maintaining Strong Communication With Your Candidates Through A Crisis

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Communicating with your candidates is always important, but maintaining strong communication with them during a crisis can set you apart from your competitors. Thanks to COVID-19, our economy came to a grinding halt in March, and businesses are facing unique challenges. On one hand, millions of businesses were deemed “non-essential” and were forced to close their doors, putting them in… Read more »

How to Provide the Proper Training for Your Team of Medical Assistants to Grow

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Although some employers prefer a formal training program for a medical assistant, a medical assistant is not obliged to go through formal medical assistant training or even obtain a license to practice as a medical assistant before employment. On-the-job training is a common way of training medical assistants and is also a requirement for medical assistants who pursue formal education. If your practice has specific needs, on-the-job… Read more »

Learn Why Making the Wrong Hire Can Be Bad for Business

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A bad hire has consequences for any organization. When you consider the cost of recruitment and training, as well as the impact on staff morale, it becomes evident that hiring the wrong person can be detrimental to your practice. Avoiding bad hires is essential, as people are the foundation of your organization. Decrease in Productivity… Read more »