As a medical professional, your hours are long and the paperwork is constantly mounting. The last thing you want to spend your free time doing is sorting your finances. But sort your finances you must! That could mean just checking in on your savings accounts (are you saving as much as you could be?) and
When was the last time you took off your shoes and socks and walked in the grass? Chances are, not recently enough. Research shows that direct skin contact with the earth, without the barrier of shoes or carpet (earthing) is necessary to our health and well-being. How does earthing work? Everything in this world has
The work of giving care can be grueling. And nobody knows that better than nurses. Let’s be honest, at the end of a long day being on your feet and tending to the needs of others, the last thing you want to think about is complicated retirement planning. A recent study found that 56 percent
There are only four core technologies you need to run your practice. Yes, four. Now, you may disagree with some of the product choices below and you may feel that I’m leaving out other things like marketing and website technologies. I am. It’s not that these things aren’t important—but the following four categories are core
It’s not easy finding qualified applicants for nonclinical positions. Between competition from other medical centers, higher pay in other industries triggering turnover, and low unemployment rates – the pool of qualified applicants is shallow at best. There’s only one thing to do. Pay your nonclinical staff more. And here’s why. Your front office employees are
When Tami was diagnosed with invasive ductal carcinoma in 2015, she, like nearly everyone who receives news like that, was terrified. Tami shared her story with us as a way of illuminating the ways in which the doctors, administrators, nurses, and oncologists worked to comfort and heal her—and the ways in which they did not.