By Phil Cadman, PT, DPT
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.
From tax breaks to layers of revenue
By F Scott Feil, PT, DPT, EdD
The process of starting a business can often feel overwhelming. There are so many steps and processes that healthcare
providers are generally not taught in school.
Acting on surveys can result in a healthy culture, increased employee engagement, and improved retention
By Beth Winkler
We have always surveyed our team. We began sporadically with housekeeping-type questions, like “December 18 or 21 for
the Christmas party?” and “Blue or gray scrubs?” We received such a good response, we decided to go deeper.
Use long-term planning to avoid the last-minute surprises that can prevent your practice from running smoothly
By Elizabeth Baxter, MS
In a private practice, you develop a rhythm for managing daily tasks. Checking email, seeing patients, tending to
equipment, reviewing daily billing, meeting with staff members — the repetition inherent in all of these tasks makes
them easy to remember. Even weekly occurrences, such as running KPIs and responding to employees’ PTO requests, can
develop a memorable cadence. Monthly occurrences, though, often surprise us, never mind annual concerns like reviewing
your lease or getting started on your taxes.
By Lynn Steffes, PT, DPT
Do you want to ignite your practice by engaging your top team members? To take your practice to the next level, infuse
your culture with an intrapreneurial mindset!