3 common reasons practices fail to reach their annual goals, and how to devise a system of goal setting that increases your chances of success.
Steve Vargo, OD
Optometric Practice Management Consultant
About Steve Vargo, OD
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Are you experiencing burnout in your professional career? It’s okay, you can admit it. You’re not alone. In fact, studies have found that approximately 50 percent of physicians are suffering from burnout.
To avoid investing time and effort into a specialty service that’s not going to add significant clinical and financial value to your practice, ask yourself these following questions.
It’s important that we communicate in ways that build a connection and trust, and avoid doing things that are counterproductive to healthy change. Here are 3 things you should stop doing to avoid a “disconnect” with patients that prevents action.
In just a few minutes, you can help your team respond better to patients, improve their own professional knowledge, and become more invested in your practice success.