Career Management

How do I reduce staff in a crisis? When there is a crisis, it’s easy to feel like you’ve lost control, because you have. You can go into crisis mode, firing up systems and pushing your fight or flight mode into overdrive. When that is your response, mayhem often ensues. What if, instead, you cho...

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Managing office staff when your office temporarily closes   When there is a crisis, whether a large one like the current world pandemic, or a relatively small one like a flood in the office space, your patient care may be temporarily suspended. In that case, what are you to do with your staff? ...

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The ABCs of getting started in practice It’s frustrating to work for someone else, isn’t it? If you’ve been an associate for a couple of years, you’re probably chomping at the bit to get started in your own practice. In order to move forward with your own practice, you first need to make som...

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What to do if you’ve been sued Word on the street has it that for every ten years in practice, you’re likely to be sued by a patient at least once. We’ve discussed how you can avoid a lawsuit, but sometimes there are factors beyond your control. In the event that you are sued, where […]...

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How to avoid a lawsuit

November 19, 2019

How to avoid a lawsuit Today’s litigious society is fraught with the possibility of patient altercations. Accusations of negligence, or worse, malpractice, are a consistent threat to daily practice. While we’re sure you would never intend to create a situation requiring legal intervention, thing...

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