How to Get Patients to Keep Coming Back

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Patient loyalty is essential to having a booming practice. Without your patients, your practice would be virtually non-existent. Patients continue to return to their healthcare professionals not only because they feel they are getting the best service, but they feel comfortable as well. So, do you know how to keep your patients loyal? Here are some tips to ensure they …

Time Management: the Key to Running a Better Practice

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Time management allows us to be productive at work, as well as in our personal lives. Having these skills is essential to a balanced life, and a successful practice. Below are some tips on how to become a time managing pro: 01. Recognize when you are most productive Some people are more productive in the morning, and others are more …

How to Give Feedback That Inspires Your Employees

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Giving feedback is not necessarily the easiest thing to do. As a practice owner, giving feedback to your employees can sometimes be uncomfortable. If done correctly, however, feedback can be a positive experience for both you and your employee. Here are some tips on how to deliver feedback that will be encouraging to your employees, rather than flat out criticizing. …

Simple Ways to De-Stress After a Long Day at Your Practice

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Nobody said that running a practice was easy. In fact, it can sometimes be downright stressful. With stress comes the risk of falling into unhealthy behaviors. It is imperative to recognize when work is stressful, and more importantly what you can do about it. Brighten up someone’s day When we are stressed, it is easy to get completely caught up …

How to Hire Like a Pro at Your Practice

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Deciding who to hire at your practice can be a difficult process. You want to make the right choice when deciding who to add to your team. So, how do you successfully accomplish that? Our team of experts have some recommendations to help you answer this question: Figure out what you want It is essential to determine exactly what your …

Easy Ways to Make Your Workday Healthier

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Often it is so easy to get caught up in our workday that we forget to take care of ourselves. This can lead to feelings of fatigue, sluggishness and overall low energy. Unfortunately, this can easily translate into your attitude, your practice, and the way it is ran. The good news is, these unwelcomed feelings can be fixed in a …

Smartphones and Your Practice: What You Need to Know

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Smartphones have a lot of amazing capabilities. They allow us to be entertained and informed, all while enabling us to quickly connect with others. However, the presence of smartphones in your practice can have negative effects. Here are some things to consider when it comes to patients/staff and the use of their smartphones: 01. Practitioner Distraction No one is immune …

How to Make Your Practice Look (and Feel) Welcoming

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Patient comfort is top priority, and your practice should reflect that. Follow these easy steps to ensure that your practice not only looks welcoming, but makes patients feel that way too. First impressions start in reception. Make sure your waiting room is clean, bright and welcoming to patients. Simple changes such as switching your wall color or buying a new couch …

Effortless Ways To Raise Awareness During The Month Of May

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Every year the month of May is dedicated to raising awareness about communication disorders and available treatments. This is a great time for your practice to push out some additional marketing. Our team of marketing experts put together a list of three effortless ideas that you can use to jump start your May program. Write Informational Blog Posts: Our experts always recommend blogging for …

5 Things to Outsource Immediately to Make Your Practice More Productive

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As a practice owner and practicing hearing health professional you may find yourself wearing many hats at any point in the day. Multitasking is most likely second nature and a necessary survival skill to stay on top of the day to day functions of your practice. Contrary to widespread belief multitasking can be counterproductive. A recent study done by Stanford …