ITEMS IN FPM ON TOPIC:
Documentation personnel can free up physicians during visits to "do what we do best."
Don’t ignore these common root causes of team conflict.
Using an evaluation form and face-to-face meetings can help get both sides of the team talking and solving problems.
A successful transition from training to practice hinges on prudent personal and professional development.
Focusing on their strengths and borrowing concepts from family therapy helped bring this family medicine group together in pursuit of a common goal.
The most effective leaders realize that everyone's input is valuable.
In just a few minutes, you can set up your computer system to block Web sites that aren’t appropriate at work.
It takes the right people to do the right stuff.
Even the most well-thought-out plans will fail unless you engage the hearts and minds of your staff.
It takes time and effort to create positive work relationships, but the payoff is worth it.