Enough Is Enough: 5 Tips to Stop Burnout in Your Medical Practice

Posted by Practice Management Institute on Apr 2, 2021 1:07:56 PM

Mix together long hours, hectic schedules, heavy caseloads, COVID-19 chaos, and office politics, and you get a toxic recipe for medical practice burnout. Don't ignore these signs! Medical office managers can reduce the effects of stress and burnout with strategies that support providers and staff. Learn best practices to avoid burnout, protect your practice, and increase patient satisfaction.

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Topics: Practice management, time management, medical office manager topics, medical practice issues, medical office staff, administrative burdens

Practice Transformation Coach Debbie Rozanski Shares Tips to Beat Stress & Gain Confidence

Posted by Nancy Clements on Mar 25, 2021 11:01:16 AM

When demands at work leave you overwhelmed or exhausted, knowing where to turn for support is important before stress builds and spreads into other areas of your life. Relief starts with giving up some control, said Practice Transformation Coach Debbie Rozanski.

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Topics: Practice management, medical office certification, Certified Medical Office Manager, medical practice issues, administrative burdens

Perseverance Through Change: Practice Manager Ashton Ardila's Journey

Posted by Nancy Clements on Mar 16, 2021 3:41:30 PM

Your Family Doktors, a 25-year-old family practice in Webster, TX, faced many operational challenges over the past year as the COVID-19 pandemic sent healthcare into a tailspin. Office Manager Ashton Ardila, CMOM, CMIS, shared some of the hurdles and frustrations her team faced, and how the practice has persevered.

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Topics: Practice management, CMOM, medical office certification, Certified Medical Office Manager, medical office manager topics, medical office compliance, medical office staff, administrative burdens

Relaxing of the PHI Protections Introduced for Public Comment

Posted by Nancy Clements on Jan 5, 2021 9:07:34 PM

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) this week submitted a 357-page proposal for publication to the Federal Register detailing proposed changes to the Privacy Rule under the HIPAA & HITECH Act standards.

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Topics: medical office compliance, HIPAA, administrative burdens