Care Team & Staffing
This article collection features popular FPM content on the subjects of teamwork and staffing -- from implementing team "huddles" to retaining good employees. Note that FPM content published within the past 12 months is accessible to AAFP members and paid subscribers only.
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Optimizing Your Team|
Hiring, Firing & Retention
- Closing the Physician-Staff Divide: A Step Toward Creating the Medical Home [Feature] (04/01/2008)
- Creating a High-Performing Clinical Team [Feature] (03/01/2006)
- Effective Work Relationships: A Vital Ingredient in Your Practice [Feature] (12/01/2006)
- Getting Beyond Blame in Your Practice [Feature] (05/01/2007)
- How Inclusive Leadership Can Help Your Practice Adapt to Change [Feature] (02/01/2012)
- How Many Staff Members Do You Need? [Feature] (09/01/2002)
- Ideas for Optimizing Your Nursing Staff [Improving Patient Care] (02/01/2003)
- Integrating a Behavioral Health Specialist Into Your Practice [Feature] (02/01/2011)
- Keys to High-Functioning Office Teams [Feature] (06/01/2011)
- A New Approach to Making Your Doctor-Nurse Team More Productive [Feature] (08/01/2008)
- Serving Up the Feedback Sandwich [Feature] (12/01/2002)
- Six Characteristics of Effective Practice Teams [Feature] (06/01/2012)
- Why Teamwork Will Make or Break Your Practice [Opinion] (04/01/2008)
- Five Ways to Retain Good Staff [Feature] (12/01/2004)
- How to Fire a Staff Member [Feature] (12/01/2006)
- Questions You Should Ask When Hiring [Feature] (06/01/2003)
- Recruiting and Retaining the Right Physicians [Feature] (10/01/2007)
- What Motivates Staff? [Feature] (12/01/2004)
- How to Make Your Meetings More Productive [Feature] (08/01/2003)
- Huddles: Improve Office Efficiency in Mere Minutes [Feature] (06/01/2007)
- The Makings of a Good Meeting [Feature] (12/01/2007)
Last Update: 11/13/2012
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