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READER TIPS

Potential hires meet with staff as part of job interview

Because a job interview produces a lot of pat answers, one medical office manager sends potential hires out to spend 15 minutes with the staff they will be working with…


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A little money here, a little there; where to find the sleeping savings

When the money’s tight, the manager has to squeeze the nickels—particularly in a small office where falling revenues are keenly felt…


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Ohio staff spend one day a month in each of the other positions

The profit margin is so small that no medical office can afford to have people doing bits of work, says the manager of a…


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With quality a monthly topic, improvements are never ending

A surgery practice in Grand Rapids, MI, stays in constant improvement mode with ongoing quality discussions…


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A 30-day collection agency letter cuts the A/R days in Atlanta office

A four-physician surgery practice has reduced its receivables significantly with a collection approach that begins when a bill gets to be…


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Roundtable discussions focus on ‘whatever anybody needs help with’

Staff meetings aren’t enough, says Martha King, practice manager of Portland Surgical Associates in Portland, ME. They generally cover…


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Profit-boosting ideas welcome at staff meetings

Staff often have good recommendations, particularly for customer service. So to make sure they stay on the lookout for…


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TRAINING

In California office, the training starts on day 1 and never ends

No manager can set expectations without giving staff the tools to achieve them, says a California administrator. And the main tool for it all is…


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Pick up on these revealing “non-verbal cues” to avoid hiring problem staffers

Good interviewing requires resume evaluation and a bit of psychology, says office manager Scott Ford of Dixie Primary Care in…


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Use weekly meetings with doctors to keep office running smoothly

Meeting every week with the doctors makes a tremendous difference in how smoothly – and also how successfully – an office operates, says…


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