Emerging Legislature Post-COVID
By Alpha Lillstrom Cheng, JD, MA
It’s no secret that your practice and your patients have been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, changes
in practice volume, cuts to payment, and utilization of new technologies to name just a few.
The author of this piece has requested anonymity.
Leadership is a journey and one that is likely different than you ever thought it would be before you stepped into a
The pros and cons of social media
By Nicole Phearsdorf, BS
Social media has become synonymous with everyday life. I dare say “creeping” social media has become as consistent as
most people’s morning cup of joe.
By Charles Scogna
For private practice owners, the concept of improvement is constantly front of mind. How to improve relationships,
billing, networking, and education, to name a few, are questions private practice owners seek to answer. At some point,
it may feel the available answers to those questions have been exhausted. However, at those times, a secret to success
can be attained by digging deeper. Whether that involves starting from the beginning, looking at something from a
different angle, or going the extra inch to help your practice, digging deeper for those nuggets of improvement can be
key for your practice’s long-term success.
Four ways to use social media to improve performance and job satisfaction
By Cooper Cadman
There are two different aspects of social media management in the workplace that I will focus on. The first is how to
manage your staff being on personal social media while they are at work or off work hours. The second, and maybe more
unique, is how to engage your staff with the use of social media.