Critical Skills Every Physician Needs to Know
You know there are problems in your practice's operations. And you’ve tried to fix them.
You’ve set up new procedures, created guidelines for your staff, held a dozen meetings – yet the same issues seem to keep coming back over and over again.
The only way to make meaningful changes that stick in your practice is to find the root cause of the problem and nip it in the bud.
You learn everything you need to know to care for patients but practically nothing about running a practice.
But nearly 50% of physicians are owners, partners or associates in private practice. That means there are a whole lot of doctors out there running practices who learn as they go.
But just like you use exams, tests and images to discover what’s ailing a patient, you need to learn the tools that will help you discover what’s ailing your business.
Why are costs always creeping up?
How can you increase the quality of the time you spend with patients?
Why are patient satisfaction surveys coming back so low?
When you work to discover what’s really causing your operational challenges, you’ll resolve them for good.
Learn what they didn't teach you in medical school
Don't risk the time, energy money and emotion you and your loved ones have invested in your medical school and residency. I promise you, it's possible to have the practice you desire. Even though medical school and residency didn't prepare you to run a business, you can still learn how to own a thriving medical practice.
In my second book, I teach you how to improve any process, whether it's in your clinic, your hospital, or your charitable organization. You will learn to identify bottlenecks and chokepoints, how to deal with them, and be able to design a service that not only satisfies your patients but delights them.
You can have the practice you've always wanted; all you need is the knowledge to get there.