Personal Insurance: Necessary Evil or Waste of Money?
Insurance coverage may be construed as a necessary evil, especially when
the least unexpected challenges occur. For example, most states require
some form of mandatory insurance, i.e., automobile coverage with
required minimum levels of coverage.
How to Bring Sleep Science into Your Practice
As healthcare professionals, we realize the importance of sleep and can
see in the literature that sleep science is growing and gaining
tremendous well-deserved attention in its importance to our health and
Get Out of Neutral and Accelerate Patient Volume
At its extreme, many chiropractors today are dangerously concerned about
the practice. With the numerous changes in healthcare laws such as
Obamacare, and even new insurance requirements, the business of
chiropractic has altered forever.
What Are You Doing to Prepare for Obamacare? How Your Peers Do It
In this issue, we
asked: "What have you done to prepare for Obamacare?" Based on your
responses, there are some very different philosophies in approaching the
new health care mandate, everything from doing nothing to prepare to
implementing new technologies and intake procedures.
Five Things You're Probably Not Doing (But Should Be)
It's easy to get overwhelmed by the day-to-day routine of running a
practice in today's economy. Working additional hours and following a
practice system that is successful for you feels safe and the very
thought of adding something new is overwhelming.
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