Whether or not to add ancillary services is a question that many pediatricians contemplate. Including a mental health provider at your practice is one way to integrate additional services and improve the quality of care for your patients.
If you want to thrive in the business of pediatrics, it’s time to start thinking of your patients as customers. Not only will this improve their overall experience, it will also build long term loyalty to your practice.
Patient no-shows are the bane of every medical office, and having strategies in place to reduce them is essential. Find ways to avoid them by trying these 8 tips.
Pediatricians everywhere know that vaccines constitute a large and necessary part of their practice's annual budget. We'll examine best practices for purchasing and storing vaccines in pediatric practices.
Almost every pediatric practice uses an Electronic Health Record (EHR). But how many practices use their EHR to its full extent? How many practices are aware of and engage with all the features and functionality an EHR provides? Learn 7 ways you're underutilizing your EHR and how engaging more proactively will further the success of your practice.
Do you ever wonder if it is worth your time to focus on patient recalls? Do you get stuck on figuring out how to initiate the process? If this sounds familiar, you'll want to hear our tips.
Pediatricians are prime candidates for providing animal-assisted therapy. Therapy animals are an excellent way to enhance the patient experience in your pediatric practice.
After hours care is a service that many practices provide, whether or not they get paid for it. In order to run your practice like the business that it is, it's important to identify where you are leaving money on the table, and make changes to strengthen your revenue cycle.