5 Personality Traits to Ace Physician Reviews

Physician reviews are given by patients as well as other medical office staff. Depending on the type of review, a doctor might be rated on anything from bedside manner to efficient diagnoses. Many of the most successful physicians have certain personality traits in common that affect these ratings. But which traits make a successful physician?…


Hiring a Medical Office Assistant

A medical office can’t run properly without the right combination of motivated and talented staff members. Previously, we’ve highlighted medical office managers and how best to organize an office space with great filing and calling protocols, but we haven’t really discussed the staff members responsible for some of these tasks. A medical office assistant is…


List of Must-Have Medical Office Supplies

If you’re a physician leaving residency training, you might choose to enter a solo practice. If this is the case for you, there is a lot of planning to consider for your medical office. One of the main concerns of opening a new office is gathering the necessary medical office supplies and equipment. The Difference…


8 Tips for Effective Medical Office Appointment Scheduling

Whether a medical office sees a steady stream of patients every day or just a trickle of patients here and there, appointment scheduling is the key to running smoothly. It ensures that no patient becomes “lost” in the system. Not to mention that a smoother transition from patient to patient can allow doctors more quality…


6 Solutions to Poor Medical Office Call Management

Constantly ringing telephone lines are a major issue for small medical offices and a sign of poor call management. The standard reflexive response is to move phones to a back room where they will no longer distract office assistants or patients. The alternative is hiring additional staff to handle the volume of incoming calls. But…


Medical Office Managers – How to Find the Right Fit

Your medical office staff is vitally important for the well being and success of your practice. As the first face patients see when they enter your office, these people set the tone and can ensure you and your patients have the best possible visit. A medical office manager helps to oversee the comings and goings…