The hard truth…

Take a close look at how you are utilizing your clinic time and analyzing if current staffing levels are appropriate. Today’s efficient practice focuses just as much preparation prior to patient visits as they do on patient care. If you feel that you are the only qualified person in the office to perform tasks such as filling out forms to setting up for an ingrown nail procedure and casting for orthotics, it may be time to rethink your approach. 

Taking the time to thoroughly train your team will make all the difference between a chaotic atmosphere and creating a steady, controlled flow of patients moving in and out of treatment rooms all day long. As a physician, if you are not in constant motion, moving from one patient room to the next, you are not maximizing the efficiency and potential of your practice. 

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