We all know money is important in the healthcare sphere – you want your healthcare organization to be financially healthy so you can invest properly in your staff,
Nobody enjoys being pushed to their breaking point, but in 2022, as many healthcare organizations struggle to catch up with projects put on the backburner during the height of the pandemic,
The world we live in today is a digital space. Increasingly more of our daily tasks can be completed from the comfort of our couch through the screens of our smartphones,
Medical billing work requires intense attention to detail, diligence, and a passion for helping our clients grow to their maximum potential. The clients we work with also need to stay productive,
We live in an increasingly digital world. Instead of picking up the phone, we type out a text. Instead of storing paper copies, we digitize PDFs.
When a health center or group practice decides to outsource their medical billing, they move their billing from something they do in-house with their own staff,
When healthcare workers leave their positions, it can often lead to a domino effect of coworkers following suit. Healthcare professionals may also become burnt out and frustrated with their office,
With medical cybersecurity threats on the rise, it’s vital you train all of your employees on security protocols.
Communication is crucial in any profession, but its importance
magnifies in the medical field. Without open and free lines of communication
between doctors and patients, doctors and staff,
Even if your health center is running like a well-oiled machine, there are still areas you most likely can improve. The smallest changes can add up to become impactful forward movements,