Did you know physicians experience higher levels of stress than their peers in other professions? While stress is a common part of the job, it’s vital that you take steps to avoid physical and mental exhaustion. Don’t leave your personal wellness in the dark.
Lab tests and diagnostic exams can tell you a lot about a patient’s state of health, but they don’t give you the whole story. Communication allows you to determine your patients’ level of satisfaction, make educated treatment decisions, and create better medical outcomes. Read this guide to improve your patient communications.
With student loans, taxes, mortgages, and other financial obligations, it’s easy to become overwhelmed. Creating a detailed personal finance plan can help you avoid stress and reduce debt, while growing a prosperous future. Read this guide for tips to manage your personal finances and live the life you deserve.
Social media is an extension of your real-world connections and conversations. When used appropriately, social media can strongly benefit your reputation and the impact you’re making in the field. Read this guide to build an online reputation on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter that leads your professional career to success.
Patients assess medical quality based on their entire experience with your practice. In return, physicians and medical staff depend on patient satisfaction in order to build and maintain a healthy practice. Provide your patients with a positive experience with tips from healthcare executive and consultant James Lineberger, Ph.D.