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Tips for Contesting Unemployment Benefits

By Paul Edwards & Jennie McLaughlin, J.D. What should you do when an employee resigns but later changes their story in an attempt to receive unemployment benefits? We get questions about this quite often. The...

Taking Aim at the High Cost of Provider Turnover

Keith A. Herl, MHA, MBA Matthew Mingenback In today’s ultra-competitive market, smart healthcare delivery organizations have sought to improve their margins by capitalizing on strategic advantages and maximizing efficiencies. However, most organizations have yet to adequately...

The Elephant In The Room: 10 Recommendations Properly Letting Go of a Medical Practice...

Firing any employee can be a difficult undertaking for many employers, and requires skill to do it right. Physicians and office managers are often too talkative, belligerent, or even apologetic when telling an employee...

Doing Documentation Right: A Balancing Act for Physician Practices

Medical group practices often go full speed ahead once they decide to implement an EHR — until physicians start to lose their footing as they try to use the systems to accurately document patient...

Being the Chief Revenue Officer (CRO)

Consider two focused questions: As you think about the status of your Practice, can your current Revenue Streams support your Practice to be as healthy as it really needs to be, in order to meet...

Building A Stronger Human Resources Foundation

One of the challenges facing many medical practices is how to effectively and uniformly administer the human resources (“HR”) function across a number of offices, oftentimes with a diversity of cultures and historic practices....

Stress! Addressing The Unseen Foe…

STRESS!! Addressing the elephant in the corridors, the exam rooms, and in the mirror. As physicians we are no strangers to stress- learning to perform under pressure is part of the package. But in “perfecting”...
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