Expert advice and thoughts on best practices, professional obligations and clinical practice tools, that have an impact in managing and growing an independent practice.
Getting paid is an essential part of any business. Many private practices know that their billing process absorbs valuable time. But because it still needs to get done, they can fall into the habit of treating it as a necessary evil—the task that takes...
As self-regulated professionals, Nurses have a significant responsibility to continually assess and improve their practice. Performance measurement, professional compliance and client empowerment, are among processes to consider as part of quality assurance and risk management for sustainable success in any private practice.
One of the basic tenets of customer success is using your service to create advocates for your business. A happy army of satisfied customers can do a lot of legwork for you. And when word-of-mouth referrals make up 20-50% of most purchasing decisions (especially for new businesses and in emerging markets) why not take advantage of the opportunity?
Whenever someone needs a nurse, in most cases, they ask family, friends, neighbours and clinic staff for recommendations. They want a nurse who they can trust and who they know is professional.
As a small business owner, it’s important to understand the ways you can take advantage of tax breaks and deductions to reduce your tax liability. You’ll want to keep good records and don’t be afraid to ask for help from experts when you don’t know how to file your taxes. When you think of business expenses, the most common ones are rent, internet, utilities, and insurance, but there are countless examples of miscellaneous expenses that can be written-off as well.
When you run a business from your home, your work area is subject to costs such as utilities, home maintenance, mortgage interest, and property taxes. The CRA considers these business uses of home expenses and allows you to deduct them from your income taxes.
Providing excellent client care is a large part of running a successful business, but there’s also a lot of other factors that go into it. We’ve designed these productivity steps to help you create a practice that gets more done in less time, with less stress.
No-shows are a reality for most practices, especially in the beginning. However, knowing how to decrease no-shows is key to maintaining growth and staying ahead of the curve.
Best Practices On The Use, Storage, Retention & Disposal of Clients Personal Information
Due to the nature of the healthcare industry, we will all have access to personal details of the people we help. It is vital that these details are utilized, stored and disposed of in a manner that is respectful to the client and complies with government directives and guidelines.
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