Your loyal hygienist of 10 years just asked for a raise. She tells you she’s struggling to make ends meet, and if you could just bump her pay a little, it would be a huge help. Without hesitating, you agree. You’re happy to reward her for her dedication to your practice, and you’re sure you can spare an extra $2 an hour. The problem is, you have no idea what this pay increase will do to your bottom line.
Most office managers aren’t worried about hiring someone who will quit in a week, though, because it rarely happens. A bigger concern is having an excellent team member who isn’t happy in the long run. You can give them money, you can give them a great team, or you can give them opportunity for growth, but unless they have all three, they’re probably going to search for greener pastures.
The “Reader Digest” version of interview questions.
A good beginning workflow to analyze the important financial reports your business generates monthly.
“Don’t Be a Cotton-Headed Ninny Muggins” from Elf!
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Amazing and true how many of these have happened and are happening at this time.
Has/is patient care benefiting from all this?
The best solution to our Health Care Challenge will emerge from the “new” physician executives emerging from MBA programs.
This is a great article that describes this newest trend in medicine.
Physicians, for the benefit of their patients, must not relinquish all control and decisions to a “non-physician” executive team. By becoming executive themselves, they will provide greater value to their patients and the healthcare system.