The only certainty right now when it comes to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is that currently, everything is uncertain. Several local and state governments have issued a shelter in place orders asking people to remain home and only go out for the essentials. Many small, local businesses are feeling this stress as they have been forced to lay off employees, adjust their hours or services, or even close their doors for an indefinite amount of time.Continue reading “Tips for Small Businesses to Survive the Coronavirus”
When you find that your cozy little meeting space can no longer hold all your employees comfortably, it’s a sign you’ve grown as a company– and with growth comes change. Things might be running along smoothly and then BAM; you suddenly realize that the old way of doing things is no longer efficient or working.
Not only does growth affect the dynamics of the team, but it also affects you as the owner. As your company grows it’s imperative you spend more time working on your business versus in it. Time management is critical as you are dealing with more issues, making more decisions, and trying to communicate out everything you need to various people and departments – the only way to be effective and stay effective is to change and adapt as your team continues to grow.Continue reading “How to Adapt your Leadership Style as Your Team Grows”
The art of negotiation is arguably one of the most valuable life and business skills you can have. To some, it comes naturally. They are born with a skilled way of communicating that not only makes people relent, but they are happy to do so. For others, negotiating is both terrifying and difficult.
But not to worry, this skill can actually be developed by anyone simply by using the tips below:Continue reading “Business Tips: How to Negotiate Virtually Anything!”
With all the upheaval in the insurance market, many smaller private physician groups are either selling or consolidating. Albeit a big decision, it doesn’t have to be a painful one – the goal is to maximize the dollars and ease the transition for your staff and patients.
Before you consider the sale, you’ll need to determine what you want your role to be – will you retire, stay on as a staff physician, take on management and/or leadership roles – or a combination there of? Of course this is just some high-level personal things to consider, there are others such as business real property, equipment and other tangible items and employee benefits and everything in between.Continue reading “Best Practices for Selling your Medical Practice”
Health Care has been the essentially the same for decades. You call a doctor, make an appointment, and then visit their office to get your issues addressed. Whether it’s for being sick or just routine care, the process is pretty much the same. It’s an in-person, at-the-office experience for more or less everyone. We take time off of work, drive to the doctor’s office, and spend at least an hour or two out of our day for the process. But with advances in technology and more and more things being done online or remotely – is that the new future of health care? For some, it will become the norm.Continue reading “Health Care and the Future of Remote Care”
We live and work in a very data-driven world. We track everything from steps we take in a day, how many likes we get on a Facebook post, visits to the company website, etc., etc. etc. When it comes to business, we are using dashboards to manage metrics and KPIs all to help us make sense of the enormous quantity of information in hopes to turn that insight into actionable items that will improve our business and our customers’ experiences with us.
You’ll hear far less people making decisions based on hunches, guesses, or their gut, and instead making decisions based on data, analytics, and crunching of numbers. When it comes to meeting goals and KPIs, data is especially important and is vital to every organization. The right data and metrics can give us a read on the health of our product/service, help us identify strengths and weaknesses, track improvement over time, diagnose problems, etc.Continue reading “Data Overload – how to avoid it”
With the popularity and ease, it’s no surprise that online fundraising raises millions of dollars in charitable giving for the nonprofit industry every year. To increase your donations, it’s important to provide your donors a variety of ways they can help support your organization.
Taking advantage of every donation opportunity is an important priority for any nonprofit organization. If you’re planning to grow your donation growth for the next fiscal year, here are five tips that may help.Continue reading “Increase your donation dollars with payment options”
It’s not news to anyone living in the U.S. that our health care system is changing, evolving, and moving at lightning speed. With rampant consolidations, rise in consumer health care costs, and the emergence of MedTech and online doctors – how do health care providers keep the customers they have and woo new ones?Continue reading “Health Care Marketing – What Works Best?”
Health care as we know it is changing and due to the political nature of the subject matter, no one can really predict where we will be over the next couple of years. What we DO know is that technology is becoming increasingly an option to serve the public and save dollars for both the patient and the industry as a whole. Telemedicine is one such technology that was once an option only for the minority– private physicians on call for the wealthy or delivering medical access to people living in remote areas – but has now become very widespread to just about any demographic.Continue reading “The Effect of Telemedicine in Today’s Health Care Marketplace”
Being involved in a non-profit is a great way to give back to the community – whether you are the founder, an employee, a volunteer, or a board member – each role is just as important as the next. While the responsibilies may vary, one thing that every role has in common is raising awareness within the community about the non-profit. Unlike for-profit businesses, most non-profits need to market their vision, mission and services to not only the people they serve, but to those who support them – their donors.Continue reading “Non-Profits: Telling your Story and Increasing Donations”