Proper planning can ensure that your solo practice will be just as successful as the most popular group practices
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Ethical concerns around payment reform, lack of professionalism among colleagues, and physician burnout addressed at the Triological Society’s Combined Sections Meeting in Miami Beach, Fla. in January
As otolarngology practices earn more income from meeting quality measures and patient satisfaction goals, dividing money among staffers becomes an increasingly important consideration
A survey from 2010 reports that 21% of physicians in the United States are working part-time, compared with 13% in 2005
While ENTs tend to be less stressed than physicians in other specialties, they’re no strangers to exhaustion
The question of how much time off to provide, as well as how to ensure staff does not abuse the policy, can leave practice managers confused. Here, we help you navigate the waters of paid time off.
When there are more physicians and administrative staff coming and going in your medical practice than patients, there’s likely a problem with the hiring process.
The reality for most businesses, including medical practices, is that the business owner or another employee is tasked with the uncomfortable role of terminator. If the termination is handled improperly, the former employee may lodge a complaint against you. In fact, wrongful termination charges filed with the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission rose last year for the seventh consecutive year.
Four pairs of experts squared off at the Triological Society Combined Sections Meeting in a session of mini-debates over limits on training of residents, treatment of Zenker’s diverticulum, implantable hearing aids and the best approach to oropharyngeal cancer.
Every otolaryngology group needs a chance to evaluate its organization outside the frenetic pace of day-to-day patient care. A practice retreat provides the opportunity to assess your operations, examine your mission and conduct strategic planning in a setting where physicians are relaxed and undistracted.