Physicians know who their best employees are — hardworking, competent, loyal and emotionally invested in the practice and its patients. They're essential to the quality care doctors provide each day and increasingly vital to ensuring a financially healthy practice that can withstand ongoing changes in health care expectations, technology and regulations.
So how can physicians continue to ensure that their practice is a place where valuable employees want to work and give their best effort every day? How do physicians know which benefits and pay increases are most likely to attract and retain quality staff and motivate other employees who may need an incentive to work harder, all while working within the financial realities of the practice?
Read the following article written by Sheryl Cash for which I was interviewed: