Childhood and teen obesity at epidemic levels in the U.S. Adding nutrition services to pediatric practices can increase the quality of care for your patients, while adding an additional source of revenue for your business.
We'd like to announce the newest addition to the PCC family: our PCC eRx Blog! You can look forward to posts regarding answers and suggestions for commonly asked ePrescribing questions, best practices with using PCC eRx, industry updates, and more.
When it comes to medical care, one of the most important things to your practice is the patient experience. Whether a child is seeing you for a sick visit, a checkup, or a vaccination, their time spent in your office will be the deciding factor in whether or not they’ll continue to see you.
Patient recall strategy is a big issue that persistently faces pediatricians across the country. What steps is your practice taking to ensure that your patients continue to walk through the door when they’re supposed to?
Explore 3 approaches geared toward improving the interconnectivity between your practice, your patients, and other providers. These tips will help both your patients and your practice, by providing you with a more holistic view of their medical history.
Pediatricians are in a unique position to support patients who identify as LGBTQI. They have established, longterm relationships with their patients and are able to provide the kind of compassionate and confidential space where patients can share, ask questions, and get access to support and resources. Knowing the best practices to help these patients feel safe and supported is key.
PCC recently hosted the second annual Supergroup and H/R Conference. Get an overview of the Who, What, When, Where and Why of how to join or form a Supergroup with information from our experts.
PCC is hosting our second annual Supergroup and H/R Conference June 1-3, 2017 in Chicago. Have you been thinking about joining us, and are wondering what it will be like? Take a look at this blog we wrote about last year's event for an idea of what you can expect.