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Nonclinical process improvement
Four key design elements could make your team more effective.
Yes, it worked in the past. No, it won't work in the future.
Three principles helped this small primary care practice conquer the dreaded inbox and its mountain of messages.
Left unchecked, leaks can sap your practice of time, efficiency, goodwill and cash.
Learn how a few procedural changes dramatically increased this practice's visit rates for well-child care.
Two key characteristics will help you to ensure that your notes communicate not only what you did, but also what you were thinking.
Does your patient flow suffer because communication between front and back offices is awkward? Here's a solution to the problem -- for free.
A well-organized workflow will save you time, money and aggravation.
With the “Translation to Practice” pilot, the extra-credit assignment comes to CME.
If you've recently made real improvements in how your practice works, you might just win one.