When it comes to practicing medicine, being a great leader is a critical piece to success. Having strong leadership skills can improve team communication, patient outcomes, and your own personal success. Learn what it takes to be an effective leader in order to be a better healthcare professional. We’re talking with Leslie English, CEO of Dale Carnegie in Central New York.
How do you know when the time is right to expand your healthcare practice? And what are the steps to take in order to get there? Every practice—like every business—is different, with unique needs and factors to consider. Hear the experience of one dentist who recently expanded his practice to accommodate growth. Host Chris Panebianco interviews Jacob L. Revercomb, D.D.S., D.I.C.O.I.
The healthcare payment market is rapidly changing as patients’ out-of-pocket healthcare costs continue to rise. Healthcare facilities are faced with mounting receivables and increased procedure abandonment, and patients aren’t getting the treatment they need. This episode examines the industry’s challenges and explores potential solutions.
Need a website, but not sure where to start? Already have a site, but it needs an update? Tune in for insights on everything from defining your audience, key messages and goals to the technical aspects of building a site.
In the spirit of the holiday season, we’re talking about how to create positive change within and give back to your community. This episode’s special guest is John Tumino, homeless advocate and founder of Syracuse, N.Y.-based nonprofit In My Father’s Kitchen.
Email is one of the most effective ways to market your healthcare services or business. This week’s episode covers the basics, from types of campaigns to execute and list management to best practices and what to avoid.
Student debt, outstanding loans, increased tax obligations, practice investments … these are just some of the financial concerns on the minds of aspiring healthcare professionals—and a reality for many who currently practice medicine. You can take control of your finances, and we’re speaking today with a financial expert for advice on how to do it.
After uncovering issues with the way agencies have been calculating consumers’ credit scores, the Consumer Data Industry Association refined its tracking methods. This, in turn, affected people’s credit scores—in a positive way. For healthcare providers and business owners, this is good news because a higher credit score implies credit health and can lead to better borrowing opportunities and rates.