Apr 18th, 2019
When packing, it’s difficult to fit all the things you want to bring to HEALTHCON in a carry-on suitcase, especially if you are a shoe and purse addict like me. Your intention is to bring the essentials, but then you keep adding more, and more, until your luggage is over stuffed and you consider bringing ...
The alternative is long-term financial loss and patient dissatisfaction. Change is hard, but failing to change imposes a high cost. It costs more to stay broken than to make changes you need. This article teaches you a three-step approach to make difficult but necessary changes in your healthcare practice or facility. Change Is Necessary for ...
By Deborah Palmer, CPC, CRC To cultivate an effective, professional relationship with your clinicians, you must have EMPATHY. E = Educate yourself. Stay current on coding guidelines, read Healthcare Business Monthly, forums, etc. If you have current information and are up to date with changes, your clinicians will have more faith in your abilities. M ...
Consider 10 must-have communication skills in today’s environment. The ability to communicate effectively with superiors, colleagues, and staff is essential, no matter what industry you work in. Although our modes of communication have changed in recent years, the goal is still the same. Healthcare business professionals must be able to effectively convey and receive messages ...
Part 4: Instill the ethical principles of fairness and responsibility in your daily routine. There are six ethical principles of professional conduct: integrity, respect, commitment, competence, fairness, and responsibility. We’ve explored all but the last two: fairness and responsibility. Let’s take a closer look at how you can employ these favorable traits into your everyday ...