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ENTs: Now’s the time to raise awareness about common ear conditions and injuries

Summer doesn’t technically end until September 22 this year, so there’s still plenty of time for warm-weather fun. However, that also means more opportunities for ear health issues, from swimmer’s ear to eardrum injuries. Misinformation persists about common ear ailments and treatments, and not enough patients understand the importance of proper ear protection and ear hygiene. ENTs: are you educating your patients on how to keep their ears healthy? These videos can help.

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Expert tips on improving interactions and reducing costly miscommunication

From running more productive and efficient staff meetings, to ensuring you and your patients are on the same page, to effectively interacting with colleagues and partners, communication is key in any medical practice. If communication is good, it can create engaged employees and satisfied patients. If it’s bad, however, it can lead to employee turnover and even malpractice lawsuits. Read on for experts’ advice and strategies for improving communication in your practice.

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It’s not just about salary anymore. How to engage and empower employees in a competitive health care market.

We hate to break it to you, but neither the best bedside manner in town nor the most impressive degrees on your office wall are enough to attract and keep patients. There’s another factor that forms patients’ first impression of your practice, affects appointment scheduling and daily operations, and ultimately impacts your practice’s reputation and bottom line: your staff.

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What they need to know about personal care products and eye health

The average person might use a half-dozen personal care products daily: soap, shampoo, conditioner, moisturizer, deodorant, toothpaste. For women, that number is likely even higher if they wear cosmetics such as eyeliner, eye shadow, and mascara. Why should this concern eye doctors?

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How technology can help you meet the needs of today’s patients

By now, most of us realize that in 2018 patients want more from their doctors than quality health care. Patients value empathy and transparency, and expect the same level of convenience and customer service from their medical providers as they do from hotels, retailers, and other service providers. Fortunately, technology makes it easier to meet these needs, often in a more efficient way that better serves both patients and doctors. Here’s how. Read More