3 Sources of Stress For Practice Managers In A Medical Office Today
Posted Aug 17 2010 12:59pm
Every medical practice manager and medical office manager today is having to deal with these three stress factors: Processes, finances, and staff issues. There are more conflicts and issues to contend with, but these are the main three that reside in every practice around the nation.
Many practice managers are caring this heavy load home with them every night only to find their work is now being pushed off til the evenings or weekends in order to accomplish what they were used to doing.
All of this, while ensuring your own career growth in an ever-changing industry, are key for you right now.
Building a productive team
Improving employee performance
Improving patient flow
Building office efficiency
Increasing collections from medical billing
Improving inter-office communication and processes
Plus, you fully realize that one mistake in the wrong area could mean the difference between life and death.
How do you do it?
How do you keep all of these plates spinning and STILL deal with the minutiae of office politics, personality conflicts and other roadblocks to your success?
Up until now you probably just take it one day at a time and hope it gets better, but that thinking is not what brought you to this level, and it’s not going to get you to where you or your office should be headed.
The Catch 22 is that no one is supporting you, Practice Manager. Until now....
That's Where Professional Coaching Comes In.
What can a Practice Manager Coach do to help create a smoothly running medical practice? In addition to recommending practical solutions for medical office processes, they can also help a Practice Manager restore order with multi-faceted solutions that will allow them to delegate more and concentrate on their own personal development and growth in their chosen career.
We have to take care of you, Practice Manager and together we will.