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Efficiency

July/August 2019 Issue
The Nurse Closer: Using Nonclinician Staff to Make Patient Visits More Efficient [Feature]

With a little training, nurses can wrap up the patient visit, reducing errors, improving patient satisfaction, and freeing up time for providers.


May/June 2019 Issue
Seven Habits for Reducing Work After Clinic [Feature]

Imagine shutting your office door at the end of the day and not having any work that you need to take home. These shifts in practice can help you reclaim your time.


March/April 2019 Issue
Five Mobile Apps to Help You Organize Your Work and Your Life [SPPACES: App Reviews]

The demands on physicians’ time have never been greater. These apps can help you keep up.


January/February 2019 Issue
Using Empowered CMAs and Nursing Staff to Improve Team-based Care [Feature]

Highly trained workers can perform more visit-related tasks, boosting care quality and reducing physician burnout.


September/October 2018 Issue
How Service Agreements Can Improve Referrals and Shrink the Medical Neighborhood [Feature]

Defining expectations with consultants can make referrals easier for both you and your patients.


May/June 2018 Issue
Developing Standing Orders to Help Your Team Work to the Highest Level [Feature]

Use this seven-step plan to create protocols that improve efficiency and reduce physician workloads.


January/February 2018 Issue
Rethinking Workflow: Team Rooming for Greater Efficiency [Feature]

This physician and medical assistant jump-start patient visits by teaming up and reversing some traditional roles in the exam room.


September/October 2017 Issue
Reducing Frustration and Increasing Fulfillment: Reframing [Feature]

To better handle challenging patients or situations, try modifying the way you view them.


May/June 2017 Issue
Lessons From the Road to EHR Usability [Feature]

You may be able to get more out of your electronic health record by discovering the system's hidden tools.


July/August 2016 Issue
Five Lessons for Working With a Scribe [Feature]

Documentation personnel can free up physicians during visits to "do what we do best."


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