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Productivity & Mindset
If you’re spending too much time at your practice or struggling to find a balance between work and play, it may be that you need a mindset shift or a new approach to your work. These essential self-care tips for healthcare practitioners will help you move from surviving to thriving.
Keeping a physical therapy practice afloat has taken on new meaning in the wake of COVID-19. If you’re a physical therapist and feeling stressed or concerned about the health of your practice, you’re not alone. Here is how to face this year's challenges.
These five steps can help you make 2021 the best yet, but you have to put in the hard work. Don’t let this year be another one of stress and struggle as you race around putting out fires, always working in the business instead of on it.
Transparency in a healthcare practice is about prioritising open communication between all staff members. If you can get this right, you will reap the twin rewards of increased productivity and trust.
With very long waitlists for many private practices and difficulty recruiting more practitioners, it is essential to focus on measuring and improving efficiencies. Guest contributor and business coach Rachel McMahon shares her insights.
Is your waiting room looking a little tired, but you’re not sure where to start? Give your practice a tune-up with our nine pointers that will inspire you to brighten up your waiting room, without the need for expensive purchases.
As a health practitioner, work-life balance may seem like a mythical holy grail, but implement these simple strategies to make it a reality, starting today! And remember that you’re aiming for balance, not perfection.
Burnout rates among mental health professionals are at an all-time high. If you can prevent it from happening, you can protect the wellbeing of your employee and the productivity of your practice. Here is how to recognise burnout!
Paying higher salaries won't always result in higher productivity, especially if you don't take a holistic approach to looking after your staff. Here are six things you can work on to get the best from your healthcare staff.
Returning to work during COVID-19 requires preparation and planning.
Here's some helpful advice for healthcare professionals returning to their workplace.
Never enough hours in the day? Good time management offers exciting benefits for health practitioners. You’ll free up more time to focus on your clients and your practice will become a calmer, more rewarding place to work. Implement these 6 tips at no cost to your practice.
To boost medical practice productivity without running your staff into the ground, you need to start working smarter, not harder. Technology can do a lot in this area, as can learning to outsource and delegate. Learn more here.