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Do you know how you spend your time, when you work best, and where you can save time with technology?

How do doctors spend their time? Not the way most of them want to be spending it, unfortunately. Studies show that doctors are devoting more hours to paperwork and administrative tasks than to patient care—and that’s a problem that impacts patient satisfaction and can lead to doctor burnout. What’s a busy doctor to do? A combination of better time management and digital tools may be the answer. Read More

What to focus on in 2020 for maximum ROI

Happy New Year! Are you ready to take your practice to the next level in 2020? Focus on a few specific goals proven to help you build patient loyalty and brand awareness and plan steps to accomplish them. It doesn’t have to be hard or time-consuming. Here are three resolutions for doctors to consider making this year. Read More

How to improve the waiting experience for all patients

You may not give your waiting room much thought, but your patients certainly do. Not only that, but they’re sharing their opinions with the world on social media. Really! A quick Twitter search for “doctors waiting room” reveals people complaining about long wait times, uncomfortable surroundings, and a lack of privacy, among other things. On Yelp, several patient reviews of medical practices note whether the waiting rooms are clean and offer Wi-Fi.Read More

3 factors to focus on with your patients

The bad news is that most doctors will face a malpractice lawsuit at some point in their careers. A 2011 study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that an estimated 75 percent of physicians in low-risk specialties and a shocking 99 percent of physicians in high-risk surgical specialties would face a malpractice claim by the age of 65. Read More

From minor complaints to life-threatening emergencies, it’s important to have a plan in place

You’ve heard the saying, “Failing to plan is planning to fail.” This is certainly true when it comes to operating a successful medical practice today. You need to be prepared for everything from an unhappy patient to a bad online review to a serious emergency in the workplace. The common thread is that you must plan in advance and set up systems to deal with these issues so you don’t get caught by surprise. Here are three scenarios practices could encounter.Read More

The cost of this growing condition to patients and practices

While it was once perceived as a minor irritation, today dry eye disease (DED) is considered a “critical and significant public health issue” in the U.S., according to the Ophthalmology Times. An estimated 16 million Americans have been diagnosed with DED, but the actual number of people affected is much higher. Some studies show that nearly half of all U.S. adults experience dry eye signs and symptoms, which include watery, itchy, or burning eyes, sensitivity to light, and blurred vision—significantly impacting their quality of life. Read More