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    Pursuing Medical Practice Success: An Hour a Month Could Save You Many Sleepless Nights

    Posted by Dale Gentz and Katrina Slavey on Feb 1, 2018 9:56:00 AM
    Part of the Pursuing Medical Practice Success series:
    1. An Hour a Month Could Save You Many Sleepless Nights
    2. The Practice Manager as Change Agent
    3. The Heartbeat of Your Practice
    4. The Building Blocks for High Performance
    5. The Big Picture

    Staying current in today’s rapidly changing medical environment is a challenge. The ever-present need to understand and implement new regulations, maintain patient satisfaction, and achieve fiscal responsibility can lead to many sleepless nights.

    So, what do you do?

    The answer is simple: Create a culture of accountability where all the stakeholders are partners in the solution.

    Medical practices that perform better than their peers don’t do so by accident. Their providers, management, and staff optimize medical practice operations because they are purpose-driven and focused on success.

    This is the first post in a multi-part blog series on how you, too, can move your practice from average to superior.

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    Topics: Operational Governance, Physician Practice Management, Engaging Employed Physicians, Hospital Leadership, Medical Group Consulting

    The Power of Rural: 6 Things Rural Health is Getting Right

    Posted by Randy Buchnowski on Nov 16, 2017 11:00:00 AM


    Each year on the third Thursday of November, we join with clients, partners, and other stakeholders in celebrating National Rural Health Day. We honor the many accomplishments of rural health facilities and hope to raise awareness about the unique healthcare needs of the 62 million Americans living in rural and frontier areas. Health professionals and organizations in rural America are dedicated to delivering the highest quality care to underserved Americans. Here are some of the ways they’re leading the way on the national healthcare scene:
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    Topics: Hospital Leadership

    4 Ways to Tear Down Interdepartmental Silos in Your Hospital

    Posted by Heather Susnik on Oct 25, 2016 3:17:03 PM

    Working in a healthcare system can often feel like entering a time vortex. Tasks you think should take a day to complete realistically take a week. Projects on a 90-day timeline conclude after a year. Though technology has increased the pace of life, making actual progress seems to take longer.

    In the 16 years I’ve worked in healthcare, I’ve found that many delays are due to departmental silos. Each department does what is necessary to make budget, protect staff from layoffs, and mitigate patient and physician complaints so they can fly under the radar as long as possible. This seems to be especially true in the modern age of healthcare mergers and acquisitions. Though multi-department leadership meetings exist, they often do little to build trust among team members.

    To accomplish team objectives and decrease project timelines at one healthcare system, I found the best approach was to break down these silos myself. Below are four common-sense ways to cross departmental divides and improve communication in your healthcare system.

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    Topics: Engaging Employed Physicians, Hospital Leadership

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