Gratitude in the Workplace
The Good, the Bad, and the Spam
In every workplace, people have an inherent desire to feel valued by others. Not only that, but gratitude will create a domino effect within the organization. A culture of gratitude is evident through the interactions that your employees have with each other as well as your patients.
By Phil Cadman, PT, DPT
Online reviews are a vital resource for customers, especially those seeking service providers.
By Peter Decoteau
It’s Time to Check Up on Your Telehealth Program
Guidance regarding fraud in telemedicine and nondiscrimination in telehealth.
By Paul J. Welk, PT, JD
Expanding Your Patient Experience in the Community
How two practices are growing by giving back.
By Heidi Jannenga, PT, DPT
Creating an ‘Attitude of Gratitude’
Show appreciation to employees, patients, and your community.
By Heidi Rose Bender, MBA
Gratitude is most often analogous with thankfulness. But it also possesses a form of action, a wanting to give back and a readying to show that appreciation to others. As such, the featured resources for November emphasize the expressing when it comes to expressing thanks.
By Charles Scogna