Medical Practice Management
Aug 08

Get everyone on the same page


Many conflicts among partners and staffers really result from poor communication. To keep squabbles at a minimum, make certain each doctor and staffer understands your practice’s overall goals and how his or her roles and responsibilities relate to those goals.

Post your mission statement in a central location like your break room or central bulletin board to help create a shared sense of perspective about what’s most important to the group as a whole.

For minor disagreements, take a hands-off approach to allow the involved parties to work out their own solution. When differences begin to affect overall practice productivity and patient care, you (or your administrator) must intervene.


About Reed Tinsley, CPA

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