6 benefits of digital practice management
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6 benefits of digital practice management

Still going back and forth about investing in a new practice-management system? So what’s holding you back? Are you afraid of the cost, or possible lost productivity in the transition? But on the other side of the scale, aren’t you tired of having multiple systems that don’t “talk” well to each other or, worse yet,…

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Going virtual: Flexibility, growth and cost-savings!

Summer’s a perfect time to optimize your operationsIt’s prime time…some practices are a bit slower this time of the year. Take the opportunity now to optimize your practice, helping you lead your competition as you guide your practice to even greater success! Here are some easy and time-saving ideas:  Check what you’ve automated, and/or set…

Benefits of a fully virtual practice: Flexibility, growth and cost-savings
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Benefits of a fully virtual practice: Flexibility, growth and cost-savings

The last couple of years have taught us all a lot…how to stay as safe and healthy as possible, how to purchase more things online than before and, for many businesses including healthcare providers, how to continue to deliver services to customers — in this case, patients — and minimize COVID’s impact on the bottom…

Why Scheduling Free Time During Your Day Can Make You More Productive
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Why Scheduling Free Time During Your Day Can Make You More Productive

It’s not unusual to feel rushed every moment of the working day. It’s a widespread issue among stretched-thin healthcare professionals.  Scheduling a bit of downtime into your day gives you a moment to breathe and reboot and can also help you be more productive.  How? Keep reading for reasons to schedule some free time in your…

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4 Reasons You Should Schedule Workday Breaks

These days, it’s easy for healthcare workers (or any office workers) to get so busy and bogged down with their daily responsibilities that they neglect to take a break. No coffee break, no lingering at the watercooler, no lunch away from their desk. One reason for this is that taking frequent breaks is often—wrongly—associated with…