So many conferences, so little time. We love going to conferences—seeing new emerging technologies, meeting peers and old and new friends, and learning about where various healthcare fields are headed. Going to conferences helps us do our jobs better, and we love that. Here are a few North American expos and conferences we’re looking forward
The job of caretaking is stressful. And you do it every day—helping others live healthier, safer, happier lives. So to do that job as well as you can, you want to be showing up as free as possible of your own worries, anxieties, and frustrations. To help ease your financial burden, we’ve put together a
With high-deductible insurance plans on the rise, patients are having an increasingly difficult time paying their medical bills. And, these mounting uncollected payments can put a serious strain on cash flow and wreak havoc on your practice. Making it easy for a patient to pay their bill will always work in your best interest. Payment
The holidays are a whirlwind of buying and it’s easy to let your guard down when it comes to your finances. Here are 3 surefire ways to keep your credit utilization in the safety zone and your credit score on the rise. Know your credit limits. Whether that involves double-checking your monthly statements or your
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
It’s no big secret that the pay gap affects pretty much every industry in the United States. In fact, in general, women make 84 cents on the male dollar. And when you look at women in the and healthcare industry, there is no specialty where women make as much as men. In a survey of 400
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
It may have been a subtle upswing. Or maybe you’ve suddenly found yourself basking in new found credit score excellence. That’s because in the past six months or so, the credit reporting agencies have been changing the way they calculate consumer credit scores. And, it turns out, that’s good for anyone who’s an American consumer.
What does a subscription plan for frequent moviegoers have to do with a healthcare practice? A lot, if you’re considering offering a subscription plan for your patients. A subscription model—where you charge an annual or monthly fee for a laundry list of services—can be a very powerful and profitable way to build your healthcare business.
Like anyone else, medical professionals need to plan and save for their retirement. We are living longer and it’s important to build a sufficient nest egg. There are a number of retirement savings vehicles available, and here we’re going to take a look at some of the most common. IRAs An IRA is an option