Would you like to have a better performing workplace? Would you like to see your office staff less stressed out and more effective in their work? Maybe you would like to be less stressed out and more effective!
Of course you do, who wouldn't. It can happen, however you will probably need some help. Allow me to help you become more effective and profitable. Any business can benefit from the services I offer - especially in the realm of staff development.
My healthcare clients consistently see increases in revenue up to 50% - usually within 60 days of implementing an action plan.
How do I do it? By using what I call "uncommon sense."
Having an effective and high performing practice is within your means. There is no need to resort to tricks, secret formulas, underhanded or unethical practices. Your staff can learn to work smart and maximize their talents and your investment in technology. It is possible to consistently earn more money for your hard work and patient care.
How does this "uncommon sense" approach work? I have found that once a practice is in trouble the physicians become preoccupied with the "bottom line." This "tunnel vision" often prevents the real work of practice re-engineering. Working on core issues is more effective and actually more fun. In the end, not only is the bottom line improved; it stays improved. I offer a full range of practice management services to assist you on your journey.
We all realize that the world of healthcare has become increasingly complicated and frustrating. Managed care has reduced revenue while increasing patient expectations. Technology plays a central role and working smart is more important than ever.
What I see in today's medical practices is the dysfunction of being driven by outside agendas. Working smart and staying focused on what is truly important becomes harder and harder. By delving into the core issues of a practice we discover the dysfunctional policies and procedures that hamper your productivity. Once new strategies are integrated the stress level is reduced and the work flow, well, it flows.
Real change that is positive and long lasting is the result of increased understanding and competence.
As I have evolved in my profession I have found a name for this process that I intuitively practice; its called "coaching" or "mentoring". Over the past several years I have been fine tuning my coaching skills so I can work with offices to not only enhance performance but to sustain that performance and maintain increased profitability.
What I offer is a synthesis of consulting and coaching to healthcare professionals. Bringing the client the best of both worlds; a technically sound understanding of healthcare and a method to bring about peak performance.
Vision, an Important Ingredient:
"Begin with the end in mind." - Steven Covey
Whether you are a solo practitioner or a large practice, the pathway to success needs to be well defined for all those who share the journey. That is why vision and a vision statement are integral to starting the journey of a successful team. A vision allows everyone to operate on the same page, committed to common expectations and common values. All the participants are then freed to express their talents individually and even enthusiastically.
Without a corporate vision there is a lack of unity and even the most talented of teams may disintegrate and become ineffective.
Businesses that are willing to commit to this process will find that enthusiasm and effectiveness are enhanced for all participants regardless of their role or place in the corporate heirarchy. And effectiveness translates to enhanced profits. This is a win-win situation for all concerned.
With a full range of consulting services to assist you we can develop a well thought out plan of action. I can guide you and your staff through the implementation process. My clients appreciate complicated issues being translated into easy to understand terms. From the physicians to the front office; everyone learns to work together to provide the best possible results for the patients as well as the practice.