The Chiropractor's Dilemma: Pay Off Debt or Save for the Future?
Debt has become a way of life in the financial experience of most
chiropractors. All of the acquisition debt created from student loans,
purchasing homes, cars, practices and equipment, begins to accumulate an
ever-increasing financial and emotional burden on the practice owner
and their family.
Plug Into the Power of Connection
With the profound shift in health care, compliance, reimbursement and
even patient demographics, the business and practice of chiropractic are
Chiropractic Compliance Do's and Don'ts
In October 2000, the Office of Inspector General for the Department of Health and Human Services published its guidelines for a voluntary small- to medium-office compliance program. The guidelines spanned 19 pages.
How to Inspire Patients to Refer
Early in my career, I didn't get many referrals. I was getting great
patient results and asking for referrals as I'd been taught. Soon it
became clear my patients weren't the reason – I was.
Easy Ways to Increase Activity on Your Facebook Page
Many chiropractors have a Facebook account to promote their practice,
but few have a thriving Facebook page with lots of activity and strong
reader engagement. Is your Facebook page lacking? Here are a few
suggestions that can help to reverse this situation.
How to Make Money With Massage (Part 2)
This is one of the most challenging components to massage because
massage therapists tend to be free-spirited, independent thinkers.
Having them work in a structured, well-run chiropractic practice can
require a change in mindset.
Let's Streamline Your Front Desk
Your front office can be your greatest source of efficiency or a
constant bottleneck. Increasing the productivity of this area without
sacrificing the quality of patient interaction can be a little tricky.
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